Rejected Survey Reasons
When we skip a survey, can you add a further option
We noticed you skipped the last survey - please tell us why:
Survey time is too long
Not qualified to take a survey
Point value is too small
REWARD offered for TIME too Small
I don't mind 20pt for 5 minutes but NOT for 15 minutes, but currently HAVE TO answer Points too small
Thank you for the suggestion!
Debra C commented
I also feel that prequaliification has gotten out of control. I often feel like i have taken the survey only to be told I didnt qualify and receive no points. Other survey sites offer 3 ro 5 points for this issue. Branded surveys occasionally offers up 2 points.
Marvin Z commented
Added to what I just complained about: some of the problem may be assumption I give a wrong answer. That is because the question did not apply to me so I had to guess about something I care nothing about. Then if the question is repeated, I may give a different answer from not remembering my last choice when none applied to me.
Marvin Z commented
It is not fair once a week or more I spend a long time, sometimes 30 minutes or more, answering all the questions exactly as applies to me, then I am disqualified and gain no points. Just because they do not like my answers should never disapprove of the choice I normally make. I never plan to become normal!
Chris D commented
I am on a number of panels, and certain subjects keep re-appearing. As I have neither knowledge nor interest, I will skip them, once I have seen enough questions to recognise them. How about an option "I have no interest in the topic"?
Aris B commented
Agreed. So many times the "survey length" is NOT accurate for the point value.
Brigitte O commented
The rewards are too low for many surveys. In addition, the time indicated is not always correct. Too often, I start a survey expecting it would take a few minutes only to complete it, and in the end, it takes much longer. It goes without saying that the incentive should be higher too in such a case.
Donna R commented
I don't think what Doug stated was inappropriate at all, valid point.
Diane B commented
I have to tell you, and I have had this happen to me twice! The trick question at the beginning have been math problems and they never make sense to me and as a result, I fail. Why can't you all do something where people must pay attention and have to click elsewhere to go to the survey or to ensure they are paying attention, have to answer using the answer you provide in the text of the instructions.
It's as if the survey authors are playing with our intelligence in a very insulting way.
I skip all surveys that do not give 5 or more points per minute. I also exit any surveys that say they are one amount of time and when you start the survey, it gives you a much longer time. To me that is falsification.
Another reason I refuse to start surveys is that of the client company's reputation. I don't do any Your-Surveys because they are mean, I don't do Toluna or Mysurvey because those surveys had a very high frequency of failing to direct back after completion. I don't think it's fair to force members to engage with survey clients that are incompetent or disingenuous.
Johnnie J commented
Other reasons: Yoursurvey didn't revert,
your survey dq and went to another survey that don't tell how much time it will take.
Survey itself stated a much longer time than the invitation said.
masud r commented
i am agree with you
Jerry S commented
I reject a survey because of stupid questions. Then I was asked why I rejected the survey with a list of options, all false. Another stupid question.
A question can be stupid because of not enough options or by being meaningless. It is common for surveys to have stupid questions.