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Many advertisers look to poll the common ordinary every-day working class Joe the people who are within their largest viewing and marketing area One such internet site has developed a questionnaire to make this polling a bit easier not only for the businesses but also for the people being asked VALS or Values and Lifestyles has come up with a survey that polls people ages 18-65 on a variety of topics Their responses in turn help this company to develop new and improved internet and web-based products according to the responses All in all this survey is fairly accurate but even the VALS knows that people could provide false information or answers or misinterpret wording in a question I set out and took the survey for myself The survey was 40 questions including your e-mail address average income and age Questions ranged from how you dressed to how your perceived yourself to if you like to create and build things Some questions seemed kind of odd and out of place but I answered anyway being truthful throughout the questionnaire When it was all said and done and the responses were gauged I was a little shocked to see that the computer rated me as an Achiever and Experiencer After reading the explanation I couldnt help but to disagree with several of the criteria For example under Achiever it stated Achievers are successful career and work oriented people who like to and generally have control over their lives All right Ill be the first to admit my life hasnt gone as planned In no way do I consider myself fully or mostly successful in my ventures and I really dont have much control over my life I do want these things to be a trait of mine but Ill be quick to tell you they are not Nevertheless I did find an accurate statement with the Achiever description Achievers live conventional lives
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