Need help on a Tourists survey for Australian

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  1. unholy666hk

    unholy666hk Newbie

    Apr 25, 2005
    Need help on a Tourists survey for Australian

    Hi all,

    I am a student from University of New South Wales. For the purpose of student project, currently we are conducting a brief survey on Australian travel behaviour for 35-55 age group.

    The website URL for the survey is the following:

    No sensitive questions will be asked and you can check the statistic once after you finish the survey! It only takes about 5 minutes. So please help us when you are free. =)

    Thanks so much

  2. BlacKnox

    BlacKnox Active Member

    Jan 29, 2005
    Please note this survey is only for Australian residents, aged 35-55, interested in holiday travel & who travel at least once/ year.

    1* Do you currently live in Australia?
    No (End of questionnaire, thank you)

    2*    Are you aged 35-55 years?
    No (End of questionnaire, thank you)

    3*    Are you interested in holiday travel?
    No (End of questionnaire, thank you)

    4*    On average, how many times do you travel for holiday per year?
    0 (End of Questionnaire, thank you)

    Wanted to help but was bumped off on Question 1. There are 51 questions in all, probably a 5-15 minute exercise depending on decisiveness...

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