Survey Software

A little while ago I mentioned on The Twitter that I’ve been looking for a Survey Monkey-like service that keeps its data on Canadian servers.  So far I’ve found two – one company that responded to my tweet (Fluid Surveys) and another (Jitsulab) that had a booth at the conference I went to last month.  Jitsulab gave me a free trial, but June’s been a busy month so I only got to play with it a little bit before the trial expired.  Fluid Surveys have a free account, which limits access to some of the more advanced features (like skip patterns), but which at least lets you play around with it for a while to see if it is what you want.

Anyway, I’ve put together a little (completely unscientific) survey as I wanted to test it out, and to really test it out, I kinda need to see what it looks like when I get some responses.  Care to take a few minutes to fill it out?

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