Please consider filling out the following short survey about your seafood consumption habits and your PERCEPTIONS of seafood safety and risk. There has been a lot of media focus on eating seafood lately, and this survey is intended to discover what people currently believe about seafood and risk. Thank you for your help in collecting this data.
1. How often do you eat fresh seafood, at home or at a restaurant, per month?
2. How often do you eat the following types of seafood?
OftenOccasionallyRarelyNever
Oysters, Clams, Mussels, Scallops
Shrimp,Lobster, Alaskan Crab
Squid, Octopus
Shark, Swordfish, Tuna (Steaks)
Flatfish, Sole, Flounder
Salmon
Canned Tuna
Bluefish, Striped Bass
Blue (hard) Crab
Eel
Catfish,Tilapia
3. Are you aware of the health benefits of eating seafood?
4. Are you aware of the potential risks of eating seafood?
5. Do you feel you have the information to decide if eating seafood is appropriate for you and your family?
6. Where do you get your information about seafood?
OftenOccasionallyRarely Never
Newspaper
Television
Radio
Magazine
Internet
Friends, Relatives
Information from Organizations
Physician, Health professional
7. Do you feel that eating seafood is safe?
8. Check any ways in which you have reduced your consumption of seafood because of governmental or non-governmental organizations warnings about seafood consumption?
9. How often do you engage in any of the following?
Often OccasionallyRarelyNever
drink alcohol
smoke cigarettes
drive over the speed limit
indulge in sugary and/or fatty foods
sunbathe
10. How risky do you feel the following activities are?
Very Risky Somewhat RiskyNot very RiskyNot Risky
drink alcohol
smoke cigarettes
drive over the speed limit
indulge in sugary and/or fatty foods
sunbathe
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