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A survey on places

HiI am studying Landscape Architecture and my main module I will be working towards is about sustainable tourism.To help me with my work, I have created a questionnaire. I am collecting he responses to compile a report for my work. It is about places - favourite to most disliked or from love to hate.I explain everything else in the beginning of the survey.I would be grateful if members could complete the survey. You can do it as many times as you like as long as you havea favourite place, be it a country to a region even down to a bench where you eat your lunch in a building complex!Once I have gathered together enough responses, I will get the report together. Anyone interested can have a copy of the summary.Everyone who takes the survey remains anonymous unless they state their name/contact details at the end. So far I have had a good response from many people from many backgrounds.If youre interested in helping me out the please go to the link below (click or copy and paste).Remember, it is a serious survey so no sarcasm or smut please!!Thanks for reading this and hope you can help!Andreahttp://freeonlinesurveys.com/rendersurvey.asp?sid=sgh613pmr0zqppl812185

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  • As long as you post your writing about this when done on here. Would be interesting.
  • Hi Andrew
    Thanks for your response
    Yes, of course! I will publish the findings on here in summary form as the whole thing will be a long report.
    If anyone has any questions about the survey or about my work then I would be happy to answer.
    Thanks to people who have already responded.
    Regards
    Andrea
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