Connecticut Food Survey
What is Important When You Grocery Shop?
How have recent price increases affected you?
Do you shop in different places to cover different needs?
Would the ability to buy wine in grocery stores affect you?
Are you satisfied with your options?
We invite you to be part of our project to document food buying experiences of Connecticut residents. Results are shared with policy-makers, representatives of the food industry, government agencies, and the public to better serve the people of our state!
This on-line survey will take about 20 minutes. You can use your phone’s browser or a computer. While we cannot pay everybody you will be invited, upon completion of the survey, to enter a drawing for five $100 visa gift cards and twenty $50 visa gift cards, which can be used anywhere that accepts credit cards. The odds of winning are based on the number of entries received. The raffle will be held at the completion of data collection. Your responses will not influence your chance of winning a gift card.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Who will see this information?
We will share published results with policy-makers, representatives of the food industry, government agencies and the public. Your response is important because you represent others with similar experiences and views. UConn’s Zwick Center for Food and Resource Policy and the Connecticut Food Association are providing support for this study.
I have more questions!
If you have any questions, please contact Alyssa McDonnell at email@example.com
Is my information protected?
All personal information we may collect is strictly protected—no one other than our UConn team of economists will handle the data. Your name, address and other identifying information will be stripped from survey responses and not used for any other purpose.