You might often find yourself answering questions about your income, living situation, country of residence, and job repeatedly. It's natural to wonder, "Why do I have to provide this information over and over? Can't they remember my details and quickly move on to the main content of the survey?"
The answer is somewhat mixed - yes and no. The initial qualification questions you answer with a new survey partner (like CPX, InBrain, TapResearch, and BitLabs in our case) are crucial for tailoring surveys to your specific profile, ensuring you receive surveys that are relevant to you.
Yet, when you delve into the actual survey, the market researchers who designed it have their reasons for re-asking these questions. They aim to verify that you didn’t rush through the initial qualification questions and to check if there have been any recent changes in your life. Such changes could potentially impact their data collection if not accounted for. Therefore, they repeat these questions as a measure of extra caution and accuracy. While it may seem repetitive, this process helps in maintaining the integrity and relevance of the survey data.