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UK MNer with at least one child? Complete a survey about families and you could win a £100 Love2Shop voucher! NOW CLOSED

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RebeccaEMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 29-Feb-16 11:19:33

We've got some questions for you about families, which we know come in all shapes and sizes.

This survey is open to all UK Mumsnetters, who have at least 1 child living in the household.

Please click here to tell us what you think:

Everyone who completes the survey will be put into a prize draw where one MNer will win a £100 Love2Shop voucher.

Thanks and good luck with the prize draw!


foxessocks Mon 29-Feb-16 12:14:44


choccyp1g Mon 29-Feb-16 17:29:56

That was one of the most pointless surveys I have ever completed. My answer to Every question would be an it all depends on the particular family, so I had to put the middle option every time.

choccyp1g Mon 29-Feb-16 17:31:39

I always wonder, if your answers are not useful for whatever marketing campaign it was meant for, does your name still go in for the prize?

BibbidiBobbidiBoo1 Mon 29-Feb-16 18:58:18

Done - interesting as I'm a lone parent to one and I was an only child!

premiumdomains Tue 01-Mar-16 10:42:54

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ButterIsAngelSpunk Tue 01-Mar-16 18:01:56

Well I did it, but the questions pissed me off a bit to be honest hmm

BearGryllsHasaBigRope Tue 01-Mar-16 22:26:29

What the shit sort of questionnaire is that?! I started it, but did not finish because it's complete bullshit! I can't even fathom what sort of company could need the opinions that would come from the questions asked in the first section. Seriously, wtf.

ameliaesmith Wed 02-Mar-16 09:04:55


paddlenorapaddle Wed 02-Mar-16 15:13:17


BornToFolk Wed 02-Mar-16 15:22:50

Another lone parent of an only here!
It was an odd survey though, I did lots of middle answers too as I think families vary so can't really generalise on the basis of being a lone parent or having an only child.

Tate15 Thu 03-Mar-16 14:46:59

Done. Mainly middle answered here too!

perfumedlife Thu 03-Mar-16 16:01:47


NatashaRomanov Thu 03-Mar-16 17:35:16

More mainly middle answers here too.

jeavcike Thu 03-Mar-16 17:51:57

I've completed it but answered 'don't know' for every question.

Nachoo Thu 03-Mar-16 18:15:41

Done smile

DowntonIsMyHome Thu 03-Mar-16 21:22:03

done - bit odd at times, but I forced myself to have a "one way or the other" opinion mostly

vj32 Thu 03-Mar-16 21:34:12

Done but I put the middle option for all of them. As it depends on the personalities involved, how much family support they have, what support or not they get from their ex partner... you can't generalise.

Thereshegoesagain Fri 04-Mar-16 08:10:12

Agree with choccy

EnjoyTheSimpleThingsInLife Fri 04-Mar-16 12:14:04


Toadintheholewithsauce Fri 04-Mar-16 12:21:40

Done X

Rebecca2014 Sat 05-Mar-16 05:51:25

Done! Oops put wrong username though

Swifey Sun 06-Mar-16 21:57:37

All done

BlueJug Sun 06-Mar-16 23:39:35

Done. Also put middle answer mostly. It depends on the child/ family. Impossible to say.

I occasionally put my answer one way but really it was just a slight preference. I wouldn't defend any of my answers. Maybe, for example, only children or Lone Parent children do grow up a bit faster - on balance - maybe - but not necessarily and not always . So -- meaningless really

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 07-Mar-16 10:45:22

Findingnormal wins the £100 voucher; well done

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