Cornwall Reports readers’ survey

Posted By on 8th August 2020

Please help develop Cornwall Reports by taking a few moments to complete this survey

Welcome to your Cornwall Reports readers' survey

Your Name
Your email
Are you a paid subscriber to Cornwall Reports ?

If yes please tick one of the options below

If no please tick one of the options below to explain why you are not currently a subscriber

How long have you been a subscriber?
How did you first learn about Cornwall Reports?
How often do you read / visit Cornwall Reports
On average how long do you spend reading Cornwall Reports during each visit?
Have you experienced any technical issues accessing the Cornwall Reports website?

If Yes were these:

Cornwall Reports is usually updated at least 3 – 4 times each day.  Do you feel this is:
How are you alerted to new content?
Which section of Cornwall Reports do you visit first?
Do you watch the daily news briefing video?

If Yes do you watch it:

If Yes how do you access it?
It currently costs £30 a year to subscribe to Cornwall Reports – less than 9 pence a day. Do you think this is :
Would you continue to subscribe to Cornwall Reports if the annual subscription was :
"Cornwall Reports provides challenging and original journalism for its readers"  Do you :

Cornwall Reports is independent of advertising.  Do you think this is a good thing ?

Cornwall Reports is independent of any political party. Do you think this is a good thing ?

Is Cornwall Reports' independence an important factor in your decision to become a subscriber ?

Cornwall Reports does not allow any pop-ups or data acquisition on its news pages.  Do you agree with this policy ?
Do you think the daily news briefing video might be suitable for appropriate sponsorship?
Behind The HeadlinesCornwall Reports recently introduced a new free-to-view current affairs video, Behind The Headlines.  Have you watched Behind The Headlines?
Do you think Behind The Headlines might be suitable for appropriate for sponsorship?
Do you think the non-news sections of the website – eg sport, leisure, weather and entertainment, might be suitable for appropriate sponsorship or advertising ?

Cornwall Reports would like to expand its non-news offer – eg sports, leisure and entertainment.  Do you think this would attract more readers?

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