Carleton U. Firearms Survey

For those who might be interested, a researcher at Carleton University is conducting a survey of Canadian firearms owners and enthusiasts:

The survey is being conducted by Noah Schwartz, a graduate student at Carleton University. The purpose of the study is to better understand the social meanings and personal value that gun owners attach to firearms. Most research done on gun ownership comes from the United States. Little is known about Canada’s over two million licensed gun owners, creating a blind spot for researchers and leading to a misinformed public debate. Your responses will be used in published research.

We request that you respond to the survey by June 27, 2020.

You must be over 18 years of age to complete this survey.

This survey should take about 12-15 minutes to complete.

Please feel free to answer as many or as little of the questions as you would like. If you do not feel like answering a question, you can skip it. You are also free to withdraw from the survey at any time while completing the survey.   

You can learn more about the researcher, Noah Schwartz, at his website.  I also found this article that profiles him and describes some of his previous research.  The survey is here.