LucidTalk Scotland Opinion Poll-Panel - Join Here


LucidTalk SCOTLAND-Wide Opinion Panel - Invitation to Join
NB IF YOU ARE ALREADY A MEMBER (i.e. you have received a 'Thank-You' email for joining) - YOU DON'T NEED TO RE-REGISTER AGAIN.

LucidTalk's Scotland online Opinion Panel now has over 7,000 members, who are regularly invited to take part in our Scotland representative Polls and Surveys, Focus Groups, and Events. This is to assist our projects, and to obtain views and opinions on a whole range of issues e.g. politics, business, consumer, health etc.

We are constantly updating and renewing our Scotland-Wide Opinion Poll-Panel with new members, who we invite to take part in our research projects, and we're pleased you're considering joining our Scotland representative Opinion Panel. NB you'll only receive a poll-survey/focus group invitation, on average, every 1-2 months at most. 

Plus, if you join our Market Research Opinion Panel and take part in some/all of LucidTalk's future Market Research projects, then you will earn 'LT points' which are used for entry into our quarterly prize draws - and each draw has lots of Shopping Voucher prizes!

To join our Scotland online Opinion Panel, we do need to know a little about you! - so please take a few moments to answer the following questions.

NB All information stored is treated as confidential and recorded in compliance with the UK Data Protection regulations, and will not be passed onto any other party. As per Market Research Standards best practice, if you have been invited to take part via email, your email and other demographic details are stored separately on our systems, and can't be individually linked to your specific survey-poll answers, and/or any results or data recorded via any poll-survey or market research project.    

NB to be a Scotland - LT Opinion Panel member, you must be on the Scotland Electoral Register, or resident in Scotland. + You must be over 18 years of age.

To start off - Would you please tell us your GENDER? NB Market research standards define gender as what is/was specified on your birth certificate. Your own definition of your gender since then (if different) does not apply i.e. for polling and market research purposes.   *