Perceptions of Polyamory in Canada SurveyJun 27th, 2016 | By SteveKs | Category: Blog
The Canadian Polyamory Advocacy Association (CPAA) with the Canada with the Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family (www.crilf.ca) is doing an important study on polyamorous relationships and perceptions of polyamory in Canada. We would like to know more about the people involved in these relationships, the forms these relationships take, and what people think about these relationships. This is an important study as very little research has been done to date on polyamory – especially in Canada.
We are trying to capture a variety of viewpoints, experiences, and family structures. The more responses we get, the better our reports will be. Please click on the link below to take our short and confidential survey and get a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card.
The survey is being hosted on servers located in Canada. No data will be stored outside of Canada, including in the USA. No identifying personal information will be released in the Institute’s reports on the survey and there is no possibility that your responses will identify you, your partners or your children. It is also important that you know that:
• Your participation is completely voluntary.
• You don’t have to answer any questions that you don’t want to answer.
• Your information will be secured on password-protected computers and reported anonymously.
• Your responses are confidential and will not be released to any third-party agency or organization.
If you have questions, comments or concerns about the survey, please contact John-Paul Boyd, the Institute’s Executive Director, at 403-216-0340 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please share across your networks. We need as many responses as we can get.