Elections and Families Survey
How did family conversations influence voting decisions in the 2010 midterm elections? FatherhoodChannel.com is offering a chance to win a free iPod Touch to adults living in the U.S. who share their experiences through a brief, online survey.
As America heads to the polls for the 2010 midterm elections, PAIRS Foundation and FatherhoodChannel.com want to know how often families talked about the elections.
Adults living in the U.S. are invited to participate in a brief online survey to share their experience for a chance to win an iPod Touch. The winner will be randomly selected from all eligible surveys submitted on election day.
Seth Eisenberg, President of PAIRS Foundation, said the survey is a chance to better understand the impact of family conversations on voting decisions.
“We’re interested in knowing how often family members talked about the midterm elections and whether or not that influenced their decisions about participating,” Eisenberg said.
The survey is administered by Constant Contact and is available online at http://conta.cc/ipodsurvey.
Additional information: Elections & Families Survey.