SCOTUSblog 2013 user survey 

 
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:
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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:
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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:
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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.
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