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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby ceci » 14 Mar 2019, 09:47

I received my payment from YouGov lately, it's still valid for me, hope it's fined with others too.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby anil02 » 14 Mar 2019, 10:02

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yakuma wrote:Guys yougov cancelled the payment they gave me. I thought it went through but when I checked my paypal it said cancelled right beside the word payment received. I am now contacting yougov about this matter.


That's frustrating. Why would they canceled it? I hope you'll receive a quick response.


Yeah it really is. I was really happy when I reached the limit for payout since it took me a lot of time to accumulate it. But then I just discovered that I was not really paid. I am starting to think that yougov might be a scam.

I am listening first time that site canceled payment. It is very disappointing. Contact with site they can tell why they do it.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby suny » 14 Mar 2019, 10:09

As expected, I got a survey from YouGov today which had political questions. I was not comfortable answering some of them but there was no option provided to avoid those questions. I am sure there will be more in this election special series.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby anil02 » 14 Mar 2019, 10:15

suny wrote:As expected, I got a survey from YouGov today which had political questions. I was not comfortable answering some of them but there was no option provided to avoid those questions. I am sure there will be more in this election special series.

I am waiting for survey from it, if you got hoping I will also get.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby simplyfred » 14 Mar 2019, 12:31

suny wrote:As expected, I got a survey from YouGov today which had political questions. I was not comfortable answering some of them but there was no option provided to avoid those questions. I am sure there will be more in this election special series.


Political question, that's quite interesting. I hope they will send me such survey also. Been waiting for their email.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby anil02 » 15 Mar 2019, 08:38

simplyfred wrote:
suny wrote:As expected, I got a survey from YouGov today which had political questions. I was not comfortable answering some of them but there was no option provided to avoid those questions. I am sure there will be more in this election special series.


Political question, that's quite interesting. I hope they will send me such survey also. Been waiting for their email.

Do you know about India politics? Today I get one survey of 25 point and Ipad lottery.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby simplyfred » 15 Mar 2019, 08:43

@anil02 No, I know nothing about India Politics. I hope they have a politics survey that tackles our country too.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby anil02 » 15 Mar 2019, 08:46

simplyfred wrote:@anil02 No, I know nothing about India Politics. I hope they have a politics survey that tackles our country too.

Some survey which I competed earlier have question about Indian politics.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby ceci » 15 Mar 2019, 09:07

Just received a survey on media consumption this morning, 2 minutes length, worth 60 points.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby suny » 15 Mar 2019, 09:15

I got one that was worth dollar 1 that's 100 points.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby yakuma » 15 Mar 2019, 23:27

suny wrote:As expected, I got a survey from YouGov today which had political questions. I was not comfortable answering some of them but there was no option provided to avoid those questions. I am sure there will be more in this election special series.


Why are they sending political questions?
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby naxewp81 » 16 Mar 2019, 03:04

yakuma wrote:Why are they sending political questions?


YouGov is a data company, so of course certain countries' government (or gov agencies) will use it to gather info and opinions. I remember answering several political surveys before the election :shock:
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby amitkokiladitya » 16 Mar 2019, 06:18

I finally received a survey for 100 points. This was after a gap of more than 20 days. I really wish the site becomes more regular on sending surveys.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby anil02 » 16 Mar 2019, 06:26

amitkokiladitya wrote:I finally received a survey for 100 points. This was after a gap of more than 20 days. I really wish the site becomes more regular on sending surveys.

This site is slow in these days. In India March is closing and typical month so, we may be get regular survey in April
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby suny » 16 Mar 2019, 07:55

yakuma wrote:
suny wrote:As expected, I got a survey from YouGov today which had political questions. I was not comfortable answering some of them but there was no option provided to avoid those questions. I am sure there will be more in this election special series.


Why are they sending political questions?


It's general election time in India which comes once in 5 years. With over 800 million voters and over 50 active political parties it attracts a large number of interested parties to keep a track/trend of the voter to set their strategy so such surveys help them to a great extent.
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