• 4morten

    And the other “funny” thing is that they put the survey available to all the people from any country… is more than a FAIL

  • http://twitter.com/KristiBug Kristi Davis

    Danny – Take a closer look at your last screen shot :) Read the small print…
    “The survey also thoughtfully asked if you thought the survey was too long, short or just right, as well as asked for any other comments or questions:”

    NO, it was actually asking us to put in a specific ANSWER for that portion! It wanted to make sure all the questions were VALID. Completely baffling.

    Sure made me laugh :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/lmstar Leslie Star

    I received (and completed) the survey half an hour ago. I’d love to know their reasoning behind it. I believe they were trying to see how ill-informed we are or how much we buy into false ads based on some of the questions. It’s both interesting and irritating, because we have no idea what the intended reason for the survey is.

  • William Brown

    This survey was not about politics, nor was it about how satisfied you are with facebook. I’ll bet the “sluggishness” counted how many times you clicked the next button. The “test” was about something else entirely. I laughed at the end of it, but still wondered what it was for. I did feel like I won though lol.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/TEDS7HKQK7OCQOCNGGY36LUZUU L E

    I got the survey and thought it truly weird. (and that is funny William Brown! I thought the same thing about how many times you clicked the next button.)

  • http://searchengineland.com/ Danny Sullivan

    Hey, I totally missed that. I guess I figure instructions should be next to the boxes that are supposed to have them :)

  • Dawdlin

    Same thing for me today

  • Pat Grady

    you see, people need encouraging, to talk about politics more at Facebook…