I usually can qualify for 2 or 3 surveys a day. The surveys are looking for a specific demographic so depending on where you live, how old you are, how many people in the house, household income etc...it seems some people are just not in alot of the target demographics. Im gald that i can at least do 2 or 3 a day though. Just keep trying, they are adding new surveys all the time...
I say baloney-----BECAUSE----If they were looking for cetain demographic-----THEN----Those qualifying questions should be the very FIRST QUESTIONS that they ask you-----BEFORE----you waste your valuable time answereing a whole bunch of other questions and then be told at the end of the survey that you don't qualify.
I used to work for a market research firm----where they would test different products before they put them on the market----It was my job to call people and qualify them for the product testing-----and the FIRST QUESTIONS that I had to ask them were DEMOGRAPHIC QUESTIONS---like Sex---Age--Nationality or Race---Marital Status---Income Range-----If they did not meet any one of these qualifications ----then there was NO NEED to ask any more questions. Sometimes they would get disqualified after the FIRST QUESTION. No need to wste any more time.
The LAST SURVEY that I did here, was months ago. I answered many, many questions, and the very last one was---Are you Hispanic?? I said--NO--and was disqualified form the survey that I had just completed. I feel like IF I had said YES, then I would still have been disqualified. BECAUSE they had their survey already done. My point being, that IF--- that question was that important, then it should have been asked up front.
As Grandpa uesd to say---That broke this dog from sucking eggs.