Monday, February 02, 2009

Jewish Economics Survey

UPDATE: Link should be fixed and working; please email me if you have any trouble. Also, in case anyone was concerned, all your answers are completely anonymous. Unless you wish to tell me your name and/or e-mail, I have no way of knowing who anybody is.

Over the last few weeks, with the help of a number of other people, I've been working on compiling a survey of the Jewish community. To name all the people who've helped in various ways - whether they know it or not - would take too long; however, Sephardi Lady of Orthonomics and G of SerandEz were of utmost help and gave excellent suggestions and input, and deserve a public thank you.

The purpose of the survey is explained in its introduction; the link to take the survey is right... here.

Please take a few minutes and fill it out; we're still not sure what impact this could end up having on the Orthodox community, and won't until we have the information, but we suspect it will be eye-opening to many and will be able to be utilized in many ways which will help the community as a whole. We'd also greatly appreciate it if you could forward the link above to as many friends and family as possible within the Orthodox community, asking any who are willing to join in; the more information we can gather, the better we can trust and use the findings to help everyone.

Below is what the survey looks like; by my estimation, it should take 10-15 minutes to fill out, though many will surely be able to do it more quickly than that. Please take the survey here, and feel free to leave any input in the comments at the end of the survey. Thank you!

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