Posted: Thursday, December 6, 2012
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Real Answers From People
While I can appreciate the stated purpose of surveys - most ALL surveys I've encountered, not just THIS survey yet - I find that they are designed in such a way to elicit answers that conform to their own desired ends. The people surveyed are not able to include the issues that matter the most to them, the same issues that, if resolved, could probably bring true health care reform to the community. The good old-fashioned Suggestion Box, once frivolous verbage and refuse is weeded out, is the better method of assessing real needs and, possibly, viable answers to those needs.