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Scoop Community Survey 2017



Thank you for reading Scoop News and helping the Scoop Foundation to shape the future of independent media in New Zealand.

As a participatory and transparent organisation, the Scoop Foundation highly values the opinions and feedback of our members and supporters and the wider community of Scoop readers.

Please participate in this short survey on Scoop and the Scoop Foundation.

Your participation will help us understand your views on the activities of both organisations and what they could be doing better. This information will help us to better meet your needs and serve our community moving forward.

The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete and covers issues such as:
• Scoop Foundation membership and donations,
• Investigative Journalism projects funded by the Scoop Foundation,
• Scoop Publishing features such as the recent HiveMind consultation project and our new mobile site at m.scoop.co.nz
• Your views on Scoop's past and present election year coverage.

Data gained from this survey will be confidential to the Scoop Foundation and Scoop Publishing teams and will be used for helping us to decide what the Foundation and Scoop Publishing do next. This information will be highly valuable to both organisations in helping us better serve the community over the coming year.

All questions are optional so feel free to skip any that you do not feel comfortable answering.

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Joseph Cederwall
Community Engagement Manager

On behalf of The Scoop Foundation for Public Interest Journalism
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