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#1 of 8 Old 10-17-2013, 02:18 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi Everyone, I'm a university student studying product design, and my major project concerns parents and children. At the moment I am trying to get market research to produce a product that suits the needs of both parents and children regarding car seats/ restraints. It would be a big help if you could spare 1 minute of your time to complete the questionnaire I have made (below).

 

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/58K57VM

 

Thanks in advance

 

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Can you please include the University information as well as a method to contact you?


 

 

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Is this questionnaire not for US members (the money is in pounds, there are no accurate "safety ratings" of seats in the US, etc...)?


 

 

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Yes sure, Im sudying at the University of Derby (in England). I was not fully aware of the safety ratings etc. in the US, but

the questionnaire is open to all countries; however I should've created one that addresses the different currencys etc.

 

Sorry for the inconvience and I'll be sure to correct this in any further surveys. 

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Is a stay at home mom considered "unemployed"? You may want to be a little more sensitive and consider your audience...

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Sorry about this, I didn't even think of that as an option and instead tried to list major categories. In future I will give another option that caters for this. 

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I completed the survey--guessed at the price point.  However, I'm not really clear on the difference between "Employed" and "Professional."  Is that something like white-collar employment vs blue-collar employment?


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Hi,

yes it is a way of stating white-collar employment vs blue-collar employment; but I tried to put it in a none sensitive way. 

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