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    Join the club. Happens to me as well. Not good , but I have learned to live with it.
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    I often see some subtle (and sometimes not so subtle) bias in these political surveys. The way they're constructed, for example, steering you to answer a certain way or even the actual wording of the questions. That's why even though I do surveys, I disregard the findings. Think by now we all know how misleading/wrong surveys, polls, etc. can be. (Edit to include something else I just thought of.) These sort of surveys also can be factually flawed. Recently had two similar surveys asking whether I would support or oppose certain legislation in my state. Problem was that two of the pieces of legislation had already been proposed, put on the ballot, voted on, passed and enacted...as much as three years ago! I pointed this out in both the first and second survey (in the survey comments section), but I begin to suspect that when you're asked for comments about a survey, they often are ignored, wasting my time and very rudimentary keyboard skills.
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    Logged on to E-rewards and after clicking the "find a survey" link, a screen came up asking me to check over my information and make any changes. The city box was blank so I typed my city in and hit submit. The next screen said I didn't qualify for that survey! What in the world? Lol
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    Oh yeh, I can't tell you how many times I have completed the survey and I am thanked, and then "poof!" no credit, I would be disqualified. It's maddening, but they do all the time.
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    YAAAAY! I will tell ya though- since the first time this happened I always check Emily the bot after it says"no more surveys" and ask her why no surveys to make sure I am not paused again-lol- i become paranoid.
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    Yeah, I have seen some interesting stuff in political surveys lately. A lot of them have questions on how I feel about investigations, impeachment, what direction the country is going to, etc. I think things will continue to get more interesting, and more biased in the surveys as we get closer to the election.
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    I can totally relate! Been there, done that. This happens to me every day I do surveys. As others mentioned, it is kind of a complex process, so you’re not alone. It is frustrating, that I agree with. I just shrug and go on to the next survey. It’s not worth wasting your time trying to get compensation. Most survey companies don’t give a flying fig about the survey taker. However, as Cricket mentioned, One Opinion is pretty good at giving you credit if you get disqualified toward the end of a survey. And Prolific doesn’t disqualify you. I’d like to believe, as TheInsider stated, that if you don’t get through a survey, that they don’t keep the information you gave them. I’m a bit skeptical regarding that, but hope that is the case. I belong to half a dozen different survey companies. Through them, I clear $150-$200/month. It nicely supplements my pension. You gotta be persistent and just keep at it. I probably spend 3-5 hours a day working on surveys, and between all the survey companies, make at least $5/day. Hang in there and best of luck to you.
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    I joined Prolific after reading about it here and I was not sure about it. But I got an invite and then another. I did cash out once already for $18. And I think I have $15 again already. What I like is that I haven't been dq'd yet. I will do anything they offer. Even for a few cents. I like these folks a lot.
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    Actually wound up getting to another cash out faster than I thought I would due to last Saturday when I pretty much ran out of any decent surveys elsewhere and decided to give OneOpinion another shot. Got enough DQ points and completed (with credit) enough surveys to reach the cash threshold. (I had already been fairly close.) Requested payment Tuesday and got it in PayPal today. So withdrawals seem to be working okay for now.
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    Dawn, good to know about the game at the end. I didn't realize One Opinion deducted points. I can't even begin to think of how many surveys I've exited out here lately because they were just too stupid. Asking inane questions. etc...I'm getting better at it though. I find it's easier to exit they survey and lose a lousy DQ of 5 cents on OO than to waste time for half and hour and just get more and more frustrated at answering these questions and clicking on these tiny dots.
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    Hi everyone. I wasn't sure where to put this thread, as it isn't technically about any survey site. I'm simply curious (okay nosy) about what you all do while taking surveys. For example, do you listen to music, watch TV, exercise, that kind of thing. Sometimes I do all three at once, LOL! Today, we have EAA going on in Oshkosh Wisconsin, about 10 minutes from where I live. So every day this week, I've been listening to the EAA frequencies on an app called Live ATC. Some very interesting stuff. Sometimes I stream radio stations, listen to the cops on a scanning app I have (I have about half a dozen scanning apps), or my ITunes playlist. Sometimes I'll have a baseball or football game on in the background, and sometimes I'll do leg lifts or the like while doing surveys. I have a difficult time sitting still for too long. Sometimes I'll grab a beer or have a glass of wine while doing surveys. It keeps things from getting too monotonous. Please post what you do. I'm always looking for ideas to make it more fun.
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    What with a new election coming up where I live and all the BS going on in the government, been getting quite a few political surveys lately. Was curious what others felt about these, sometimes they end up feeling like some sort of ad for a particular person.
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    I am sick of Valued Opinions. They used to give you a survey and it was just there. Now they ask questions to see if you qualify and it's the same survey...if you even get one and I always disqualify. I used to cash out at least once a month. Now it drags on and on. I haven't gotten a survey that panned out in months. thanks dawn for the recommendation of Prolific. I'll check it out.
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