Wikipedia is looking for some feedback so we can better understand reader and donor preferences. Your answers to the questions below will help us improve. Thank you!

* 1. How did you make your donation today?

* 2. Did you make your donation today on your:

* 3. Which of the following do you recall seeing in the past year? Select all that apply:

* 4. Have you donated to Wikipedia before today?

* 5. About how often do you use Wikipedia?

* 6. How much did you give to Wikipedia today? Amounts reflect local currency.

* 7. Which of the following best explains your decision to make a donation to Wikipedia?

I want to keep Wikipedia ad-free
I want Wikipedia to stay online
I want to support the non-profit that runs Wikipedia
The fundraising message I read was sincere and appropriate
I use Wikipedia often and I want to support it
I support free knowledge for all
I want to support the work of volunteer content contributors

* 8. If you saw a fundraising message today: Did you know that Wikipedia is owned and run by a non-profit organization before reading the message?

* 9. In the past year, about how many times have you seen or received a fundraising message from Wikipedia?

* 10. Check any of the following that represent how you feel

  Agree Disagree Don't know
The more Wikipedia runs fundraising messages, the less I notice them.
Wikipedia runs fundraising messages too often.
I usually pay attention to Wikipedia’s fundraising messages when they’re running.
I enjoyed learning about how Wikipedia is run from the fundraising message.
Wikipedia does not run fundraising messages very often.
It seems like Wikipedia asks for donations less often than other nonprofit organizations.
I don’t mind the fundraising messages on Wikipedia.
I am annoyed when I see fundraising messages on Wikipedia.
I think the fundraising messages on Wikipedia are necessary.

* 11. Do you have any feedback on the fundraising message you saw today?

* 12. Do you donate to other non-profit organizations or groups?