This is who you are: Results from our 2019 reader survey - Generocity Philly

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Dec. 18, 2019 8:56 am

This is who you are: Results from our 2019 reader survey

It's a small sampling, but what our reader survey revealed is interesting. Check out our four interactive charts!

Some of you took the time to fill out our 2019 Generocity survey. Here are the results.

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We asked you to take a 17-question survey for us — via an article and newsletter — and gave you two months to complete it. Through it, we hoped to learn a little something about our readers, website visitors and supporters.

And, we did learn some things. Like, you aren’t really keen on filling out surveys.

We received only 35 completed surveys. Small samplings like this have very high margins of error and the responses can’t be wholly representative of the larger group, but they are interesting nonetheless.

We’ve compiled information from seven of the questions we asked in the survey into the following four interactive charts. It provides a tantalizing, if incomplete, glimpse of who you are.

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