In joining our online panel, along with thousands of other New Zealanders, you will regularly receive online surveys to complete.
HorizonPoll surveys are conducted on behalf of multi-national and national companies, government agencies, iwi, national business and community organisations. We also conduct some research in the public interest based on suggestions from panel members.
These surveys are simple and easy to complete and allow you to communicate your likes and dislikes about the products and services you use – and would like to use!
Plus you go into a draw to win prizes for every survey you complete.
Ensure you have some influence – by letting decision makers know what you think!
What are the prizes?
$1000 cash and an iPad valued at $759 - OR you can choose to take it all in cash! Our next draw is March 31, 2015!
How do I get into the draw?
One entry when you register and one for each survey you complete.
Horizon undertakes quantitative and qualitative research. It specialises in conducting research online.
All survey data is stored on a secure server and all results are anonymous.
Horizon Research Limited is based in Auckland, New Zealand, and operates the HorizonPoll and Horizon Research Maori Panels, representing the New Zealand adult and Maori adult populations at the most recent census.
Horizon Research has a major new panel to research the views of Maori nationwide.
We're aiming to make sure Maori are heard, and have some influence.
We are responding to those who make big decisions affecting Maori treaty settlements, investments and policy issues. They’ve asked us to find out what Maori really think.
The panel is open to everyone of Maori ethnicity.
When you click here to register right now you'll also have an opportunity to complete the first HorizonPoll Maori Panel survey - and be heard immediately on issues like:
To say thanks, you'll be in our June 30 draw for a fabulous for $1000 cash AND the latest iPad Air valued at $759. Or you can take the lot in cash: $1759!
To join right now, please click here