Quite surprised by this article from the Guardian:
Surprised that it’s in the money section. More lack-of-money. Surprised that someone fills out surveys for four years in the hope of £50. But also glad it’s discussed. The points system sounds remarkable…
From the answer provided for NN, it sounds like a little creative tampering with one’s online profile might be more productive. Some false answers on the surveys, perhaps. Some outlandish outlier (-liar?) responses might speed it along. Of course, not very good for YouGov data. Nor for one’s ethics. But for £50….? Just posing the question, but not in any way any more attracted to online surveys.