Weapons on campus survey

From the gun email list at work:

From: Shawn
Sent: Friday, October 24, 2014 8:37 AM
Subject: Weapons on Campus survey….quick and confidential

My son Kyle is a Senior Cadet (MS-4) in the US Army ROTC at the University of Arizona. He is enrolled in a political science course focused on polling, and has been tasked with creating a survey on a topic of his choice, collecting and analyzing the responses, and writing a report of his findings. His topic is weapons on campus. He has asked his mother and I to help him collect responses by asking as many people as we can to participate in his survey. The survey is very short and completely confidential. If you read through the survey and prefer not to answer the questions, you are not required to submit. You can simply close the tab or browser.

Thanks for your time.


Link to survey:  https://kyle14.typeform.com/to/CQpZsc

I dislike the wording of question 14. People are not given such a right. But I answered it as “strongly agree” anyway.


10 thoughts on “Weapons on campus survey

  1. Thank you for helping with my research. It has improved my response numbers significantly so I appreciate it. With regard to the wording of question 14, I apologize for the confusion that may have developed from that. I will address the concern when I write my report in a couple of months. Being a resident of California, I didn’t take into account different regions and that is my fault. Once again, thank you for all of your help. It is greatly appreciated.

  2. Who is ben? It says that Kyle has him tasked with creating the survey. Shouldn’t we hear from ben? Let him come forth and declare himself.

    (OK, that’s my way of saying there was an “e” left out)

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