I filled in the questionaire, BUT, and this is huge, I saw a lot of ways the results can have holes in them. I've prepared and answered a lot of these for my graduate studies in criminal justice (in the 19902) and I bristled when I read some. Why? Because they were too open ended (not narrow enough) and you couldn't draw a real quantifiable analysis from the answers because other questions AND additional questions would have given a proper result. I hate to be harsh...even if this is for an undergrad paper, your answers will not really be accurate. I know this is a hard thing to read, and for that, I really am sorry. But it will be worse if you try to present your findings. Because if anyone who has a masters or higher degree reads your questions, they will see what I saw and you will not pass your final project. That said, I'd like to buffer my comments with another one. I have no idea who will be reading and assessing your work; if it's not for a college, then they're fine. Also, I don't know what you are trying to prove or disprove. But from what I read, many obvious theories that jumped out at me from the questionaire couldn't be proven from the questions. Wish I knew more about this project and I wish it was all in English, I only speak English, Spanish and understand a smattering of Italian (as a result of my limited Spanish).
Your questionaire brought up more questions about what you are trying to prove or disprove, that I wonder if your instructors will feel the same way I do. Again, I am in no way trying to make you feel badly, but better I should tell you now, then they should prevent you from graduating. You should have several months to change and tighten up your questions.
YOu probablt can place the questionairre on all of the other poker forums
online and hopefully get the people to be honest with you.
GL with this project! PM me if you want to.