* 1. Are you a lawyer or law student?

* 2. If so, which best describes your employer?

* 3. Are you a college graduate?

* 4. Do you believe that the blog is regularly written in language that is too technical?

* 5. How often do you read the blog?

* 6. How long have you been reading the blog?

* 7. Is the blog your principal source for information about the Supreme Court?

* 8. If no, where else do you get that information?

* 9. How do you generally discover new content on the blog?

* 10. Do you regularly use our twitter feed(s)?

* 11. Do you regularly visit our Facebook page?

* 12. Do you use the blog regularly for [check boxes]:

* 13. Rate as very valuable, mildly valuable, or not valuable our principal forms of content:

  Very valuable Mildly valuable Not valuable
Chronological posts
Pending petitions
Merits case materials
Multimedia
Court calendar info.
Statistics

* 14. Rate as very valuable, mildly valuable, or not valuable our principal forms of chronological blog posts:

  Very valuable Mildly valuable Not valuable
Live blogs
Oral argument audio
Book reviews
Daily media and blog round-up
Academic round-up
Academic snapshot
SCOUTS for law students
Relist watch
Plain English
Subject matter features (e.g., same-sex marriage)

* 15. Rate as very valuable, mildly valuable, or not valuable our principal sidebar boxes:

  Very valuable Mildly valuable Not valuable
Featured posts
Term snapshot
Twitter feed
Recent merits decisions
Upcoming petitions
BLAW law students challenge

* 16. Has the blog helped you become more aware of our sponsor, Bloomberg Law?

* 17. Please make one suggestion to improve how the blog is designed.

* 18. Please make one suggestion to improve the content of the blog.

T