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This is in the order of my encountering these items on your survey:
I think you should add the option of "retired" for your occupation, Maybe also another one that indicates you are at home. I don't think "other" cuts it.
People may be particularly apt to look for deals when they've finished the career part of their life. Also, retired people may have money they would like to spend. People who are at home also are responsible for a lot of purchases, and look for deals.
Just lumping choices into "other" made me feel like a non-person, unproductive member of society. I'm not an "other"
Most times when purchasing something, there's no option for bargaining. I can't go in a store and try to bargain a lower price for gas, a cartload of groceries, etc. I can bargain for a car, house and so forth. I really couldn't answer that question in a way that made sense. It certainly didn't rely on the idea that I was buying in bulk or was with a large group. I personally thought it was a strange question.
Would I bargain if I knew there was an opportunity to do so? Yes.
Calling it a "referral scheme
" makes it sound like something unsavory. Perhaps calling it a "referral program"?
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What is your average budget ($) per outing (restuarant, movie, pub etc)?
IN ADDITION: The catagories for the question are too broad. Theres a big difference between having a budget of $10/person and $20/person. That's 100% increase!
How about the following catagories...
Once somone starts spending $30/person, you can start going up $10 a pop. Even then, there's a pretty big difference between $30 and $40.
Why are you separating going out with friends or family? (btw, no need to say "family relatives", just "family" will do.
Is there some difference if I and 3 family members went to dinner, as opposed if I went with 3 co-workers, family or friends?
I went to dinner or a movie either alone or with others, I'd spend the same amount if I was with 2 friends, or 2 co-workers, or 2 family members.
Misc. - The "previous page" button doesn't work until you fill in all of the current page. You can't look at the previous page if you are only halfway through the current page.
Hope this helps!