If you do not feel comfortable OSRS GP using Qualtrics I understand but my experience let us me think it is alright. So let's say I replied this poll 100% honestly, who would you imagine gets that data? After GDPR I've felt pressured with every single site ever to track and track me it is disgusting, and even disgusting that it was all happening before without my understanding. Taking a look at the survey link and the fundamental disclosures in the bottom of the webpage it does not seem the Jagex is having a third-party firm so if the only men and women who would have immediate access to your information would be the survey developers who can pull exports out of the database to disperse internally. EU also includes some fairly powerful data privacy laws that (at least my US based company which often interacts with Qualtrics links) are followed fairly strictly by the survey programmers and information hosting sites.
After running through the poll Jagex definitely is apparently operating solo on this one. No third party company would allow participants directly enter inside their contact information (because it would mean they'd lose your business to their customer [not a nefarious thing]) and also the only area I found kinda strange was the telephone number request in the end. I'd have substituted that using a check box for recontacting and then pipe-in the email that you could optionally have set in earlier for confirmation. I think you are fine answering this questionnaire if you have privacy issues because basically all information is unknown and it's using an industry-standard system of Qualtrics. Jagex probably doesn't have market research ISO certificates but this is a quick annual survey in order that they would not have to have any.
It is my hope that this feedback encourages the team to make polls more targeted to the viewers who actively take part in the content they're polling, or use them as an advisory tool rather than a ruling. It would be interesting if they reveal some of the results of this survey. I answered the exact opposite, that polling is at the core of OSRS and they need to stick with it. For clarity, I answered that polling is in the core of OSRS. The survey system empowers the whole playerbase to start freeform discussion on the proposed changes/additions made to Runescape itself and it is absolutely a terrific way to gather feedback and people comment on something. With that said, I really don't think the present format meets the best interests of Runescape.
I really don't believe the player base is very good at determining which content, based on virtue, is great for integrity and the overall health of Runescape long-term. Based on polling, the neighborhood liked NMZ but it was significant to remove. Players don't vote for any changes that make things tougher for them personally but over time which becomes a negative as content becomes easier and achievements are diluted, these are very minor but readily accumulate.
Another example is PvP and PK adjustments that are voted against. People even voted against letting pures wear lucky chaps. Improve profits and so the impact of this to accounts that were ordinary will have been to slightly increase the need. This is not an example of polling meeting the interests of Runescape, it's only a meme of not enjoying pures. If we just see updates that suit the same 75 percent of people every time the remaining 25% become increasingly marginalised, which is not a fantastic equilibrium when those 75/25 are seemingly so frequently the same individuals.
Not everyone is going to runescape 2007 gold make sound choices while voting, or create the"right" alternative. If literally everyone made the most educated, most informed voting choices. The United States would not have the president it does. Nothing longer, real world example of unemployment. Our voting system isn't perfect, but we all got to make sure we don't wind up pushed down RS3 players. Our throats. There are unquestionably improves that may be made that do not undermine it though (that aren't being achieved or attempted).