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Something like PollDaddy / SurveyMonkey but they provide the participants. Preferably these participants would have already completed a general purpose survey to determine their demographic. I imagine you would pay per participant they get for you.

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Reading up on what Joel said, you will find what you need here en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Market_research –  phwd Jan 18 '11 at 5:03

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What you're looking for is called "market research." Yes, it exists. There is an entire industry dedicated to market research. I would start by searching Google for "online market research."

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thanks Joel, I know there are many companies you can engage to do market research but I was wondering if anybody had neatly rolled up PollDaddy / Mturk along with demographic selection. I'm UK based and thus can't sign up for Mturk easily. –  user7070 Dec 31 '10 at 12:36
    
Like I said ... Google "Online Market Research." I found plenty of credible options, for example Zoomerang offers one –  Joel Spolsky Dec 31 '10 at 20:07

How about Mechanical Turk ? I've only used it as worker (not requester), but it should be possible to require to finish your general survey, before filling out other surveys you have.

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Thanks pritaeas, I'm UK based so this is a pain to sign up for, but does appear to be the best option. For anybody who is interested this time I used PollDaddy and a chain email which got me a hundred or so answers quickly but this isn't really repeatable as my friends will start getting pi**ed off. –  user7070 Dec 31 '10 at 12:39