Hmm... surveys... I'm kind of the opposite of everyone else.
I dislike taking surveys unless I know it's relevant and could benefit me or the greater good. For instance, I do not mind leaving feedback on online sites that I have purchased things from, like eBay or online stores.
I also like doing those polls on news sites like AOL.com and stuff, but only the ones that do not ask for my e-mail address... unless I feel it's an important poll.
But if it's a stupid survey with strings attached (that asks for my address and all that information) then no, rare chance that I will fill it out...
Maybe I'm not understanding the question? I feel like I'm not answering it properly.
d@v3 - You answered it fine. I hate filling out those feedback things. I'm with you on not bothering with the kind that makes you give all sorts of info. Like getting a free sample of something, only to discover that there's a lengthy survey required along with leaving contact information.
I jumped through hoops today just to get my credit report and score. I knew it was a bad idea because you had to sign up for a "free" trial membership to get them. Well, sure it was free, but you have to call them up and harass them before they finally agree to cancel your account before the trial ends and your credit card is charged!
P_M, you are right, if it's too long I'll probably just skip it completely, but it depends on the importance of it and what priority I hold the subject to.