Once again we are conducting a readership survey to find out how well we are serving you. What follows is a brief questionnaire about what you read in the Record and some additional data that tells us something about you. This material is held in strict confidence and processed by a company on behalf of the Record. The records are anonymous and are handled within guidelines set out by the Professional Marketing Research Society of Canada.
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Please fill in the following statements with a check mark in the appropriate space.
Your reactions to the Presbyterian Record
1. Which statement best describes your actions when you first receive your copy of the Presbyterian Record?
I read it from cover to cover immediately --
I read some articles now and save others for later --
I set aside the entire issue for reading later --
I scan the cover to decide whether to read this issue or not --
I don't usually get around to reading it --
I discard/put it into recycling immediately --
2. How much time do you usually spend looking at and reading an issue of this magazine?
Less than 15 minutes --
15 minutes to 1/2 hour --
1/2 hour to 1 hour --
1-2 hours --
More than 2 hours --
3. What percentage of the Presbyterian Record do you usually read?
Less than one-third --
One-third to two-thirds --
More than two-thirds --
4. On a scale of 1 to 10 (where 1 indicates very poor and 10 is excellent), 1 would rate this issue of the Presbyterian Record --.
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|Date:||Jan 1, 2005|
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