Thursday, December 28, 2017

The 2019 Collapse Political & Attitude Survey by the "Doomstead Diner"

This survey comes from the "Doomstead Diner" site and it is reproduced here with the permission of the site owner, "Reverse Engineer." Collapse is always a fascinating subject, so why not a poll among collapsiniks? (UB)

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  1. The Cassandra's Legacy Cohort now up to 22 Submissions.

    Thanks to all of Ugo's readers who have contributed their opinions.

    I'll be doing an update on Sunday on The Doomstead Diner.

    Happy Doomy New Year!

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    1. Cassandra's Legacy now up to 83 Submitters, closing in on The Burning Platform with 92 submitters for 2nd Place. Reddit r/collapse remains in 1st with 142 Submitters, the Doomstead Diner in 4th with 51 Submitters.

      Survey reamins OPEN through New Year's, you can still get your opinions counted.

      https://freeonlinesurveys.com/s/J6NdIr25

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  2. Survey is broken on my Macbook or possibly Chrome browser.
    I've tried to complete it twice and was bounced out partway
    through both times. Maybe it didn't like my demographic :-)
    I won't bother trying again.

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    1. Sorry to hear that. It's worked for 411 other submitters though so far. Try Linux. That works for me.

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  3. Survey only targeted to meweekans ...

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    1. No it is not. Only a few Political Questions are targeted at Amerikans, and I have already explained this several times on r/collapse and I am tired of repeating myself. Most of the questions are more general in scope about collapse beliefs and attitudes.

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    3. So why don't you just stick to playing with knives and paper ?

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  4. 2019 Collapse Survey: Gender & Religion Gap

    http://www.doomsteaddiner.net/blog/2018/12/30/2019-collapse-survey-update-the-gender-religion-gap/

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Who

Ugo Bardi is a member of the Club of Rome and the author of "Extracted: how the quest for mineral resources is plundering the Planet" (Chelsea Green 2014). His most recent book is "The Seneca Effect" (Springer 2017)