COVID-19 Messaging Survey Project
Posted by University of Wisconsin-Madison on March 24, 2020
An interdisciplinary group from University of Wisconsin-Madison is partnering with other statewide associations to do a social influencer campaign to combat the spread of COVID-19. First, we’d like to get a sense about what kinds of messages resonate with different demographics. Would you help to get this out to as many people as possible? We are currently oversampling Wisconsin residents, so we’d like to get the word out to the entire country.
We are trying to get information from lots of people FAST – can you please take this survey and share it with your networks and on social media?
Sample Survey to send out:
Subject: “Tell us what you think of the COVID-19 craziness!!!!” or “COVID-19 – Appropriate caution versus unnecessary panic?” or “IDEAL WAY TO BEAT COVID-19 BOREDOM – COMPLETE A SURVEY ON THE CORONAVIRUS”
Are you feeling a little stressed, anxious, and uncertain right now? I have a little piece of good news – there is a really important way you can help! An interdisciplinary team from University of Wisconsin-Madison is joining other groups from around our state and the country to keep people safe and healthy, and need your help in learning more about what people think about COVID-19. Here are the steps:
- take the survey! The link is here: bit.ly/COVID19_behavior
- share the link on social media and with any other groups you know about
- know that you are doing a really important thing to help your local and global community! Thank you!
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