Please take the Jewish Economics Survey and help build the economic future of the Orthodox Jewish community.Read more about the survey, including discussion and information about its findings and the presentation given on it, here.
You just want hihger traffic :-) Sure go ahead, say Sex Sex Sex Sex .... it will just boost your google counts by a million hits :-)
I actually avoid the word because I draw tons of spam as it is. I keep having to add forbidden terms to my filter. Anyway, I don't think that surveys are actually helpful. The survey will not teach people what they need to know only reflect the average results. Moreover, the results are not necessarily truly representational of Jews across the whole spectrum of religious practice. The presentation of the rabbi's role on intimacy that will be offered by RIETS (reffered to in my blog), I think, would be more definitive of direction and less subjective. A more useful survey approach would be to draft a new list of questions to give to people just before kallah/chasson classes and then to have them answer after completing the course and then after 6 months or a 1 year of marraige to not how answers change for the same person. So here's a project for some budding sociologist.
Chaim - :PAriella - I usually do, too, actually...I agree with you on the spectrum - I emailed the person running it and noted as much (they're trying to get the survey to everyone, somehow).And I think your idea is wise, as well.