1. Where do you live? (Country) If you're in North America, which state/province?
2. How many times do you drink milk in a month? I'm referring to a full glass (250mL+) of milk. (choose 1)
30+ (e.g. daily)
12-29 (e.g. at least 3 times a week but not every day)
8-11 (e.g. between 2-3 times a week)
1-7 (e.g. a few times a month)
0 (e.g. you don't drink milk)
3. If you don't drink milk, skip to question 6.
For milk drinkers
4. How do you usually drink your milk? (choose all that applies)
Glass of milk separately (for breakfast, before bed? etc)
Milk with cereal
Milk in beverage
Other? Please describe.
5. What sort of milk do you drink? (choose all that applies and indicate reason for preference)
full-fat (homo, 4%)
For non-milk drinkers
6. Why don't you drink milk? (lactose-intolerance? etc)
Lactose intolerance, I'm Chinese.
7. Do you drink/eat any dairy replacement? If so, what? (eg yogurt, cheese, soy)
Most of the time, no. Cheese is ok, but not in large amounts.
8. Which of the following would you recommend as a milk replacement for a friend who has problems digesting cow's milk? (Rank from 1st choice to last, a rationale would be nice)
Low-lactose milk. It tastes like milk, except that it doesn't make me uncomfortable.
9. Re-rank the above list according to nutritional value (highest to lowest, take a guess if you don't know)
Uh, depends on your definition of "nutritional value".
I'll guess Almond/rice milk>Soy drink>Goat milk>low-lactose milk>Yogurt drink.
10. Re-rank the list according to price (most expensive to least expensive, again take a guess)
Yogurt drink>Goat milk>low-lactose milk>Almond/rice milk>Soy drink.
11. Final check, what do you think my research topic is?
How the perception of price and nutritional value of various dairy/non-dairy affects how much milk you drink, and how you consume it?