There’s still time to participate in my reader survey!

As of 8:30 am EDT today, 166 people have completed my reader survey. If you are one of them, thank you! If you’re not one of them, you still have time to participate. Click the button/link below to get started.

Your response is anonymous – I will not know your name or email address. And I’ll not share your individual responses with anyone.

I’ll use this information to help me understand who this audience is and what you all like and don’t like.

I’ll close down the survey Wednesday, Sept. 6, at noon EDT. Then I’ll aggregate the information and write a post sharing charts and graphs of the survey’s results.

Here’s a sneak preview of survey findings so far. The overwhelming majority of readers who participated in the survey are Baby Boomers and Gen Xers. But thank you to the Silent Generation, Millennial, and Gen Z readers who keep coming back to Down the Road!


2 responses to “There’s still time to participate in my reader survey!”

  1. Doug Vaughn Avatar
    Doug Vaughn

    I always find it interesting how generations are broken down, although I know they must draw the lines somewhere. Of course those lines aren’t always clear and consistent, as I’ve read many articles defining Boomers as born between 1944 and 1964. Those articles put my mom in the first year and me in the final but call us both Boomers. My mom seems less old as I grow older but is still distinctly of a different generation. Most but not all of my experiences more closely align with the stereotypes I read about Gen-X. My grandfather, born in 1924, fought in the war and was clearly of the Silent Generation, despite being four years outside the definition.

    Yeah, I know folks reading this are thinking, “none of that matters.” You’re right. I just have no work to do today and am bored, so a simple graph got me thinking. :)

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      That’s exactly why I asked people to click the button next to the generation they identified with, rather than strictly going by the birth years. I’m looking to get good-enough demographic information without asking for exact ages!

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