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You get a lot of spam these days from people offering money for research etc. This site, however, is associated with the University of Oxford in the UK so 100% legitimate.

You get paid to complete research questionnaires. You have to be over 18.

The surveys you get access to are the ones which are for the demographic you fall into.

As well as the money aspect it will also be useful for anyone wanted to see how questionnaires can be designed.

https://www.prolific.ac

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On 7/25/2017 at 8:25 AM, Haji 2003 said:

You get a lot of spam these days from people offering money for research etc. This site, however, is associated with the University of Oxford in the UK so 100% legitimate.

You get paid to complete research questionnaires. You have to be over 18.

The surveys you get access to are the ones which are for the demographic you fall into.

As well as the money aspect it will also be useful for anyone wanted to see how questionnaires can be designed.

https://www.prolific.ac

There is a restriction on who can participate, so see if you are allowed:

Who can participate in studies on Prolific Academic? 

http://support.prolific.ac/article/51-who-can-participate-in-studies-on-prolific-academic

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Hmm I've been taught, for as long as I've been part of research projects, never to offer financial incentives to your study subjects to participate in your study as it a) introduces a bias and b) is unethical. Not to mention, online surveys have their own major issues. So I'm really curious as to how they manage to maintain the reliability of their questionnaires. 

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