2011 New Slang Readers Poll

Everyone, either loves or hates “End of the Year” lists. Or loves to hate them. Or hates that they love them. Anyways, we’re going to try and get a few “End of the Year” type of things out there. And of course, we want to hear from you, the reader.

So, we’ve come up with a little reader survey that we’d love for you to fill out. In a few weeks, we’ll release the results (as long as we get decent amount back).

Don’t worry, we won’t post your names or anything. Just the results. So, copy, paste, and fill out the survey and either send it to us at newslang.editors@gmail.com with the subject line somewhere along the lines of “End of the Year Survey” or “New Slang Reader Poll.” You get the idea. Or, you can send it to us as a Facebook message over Facebook.

National

Top Albums of the Year (4-10 optional)
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Top Tracks of the Year (4-10 optional)
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Best Live Act Seen:
Best New Artist:
Most Underrated Album:
Most Overrated Album:
Best “Best of 2011” List You’ve Read:

Worst “Best of 2011” List You’ve Read:

Local/State

Top Albums of the Year from Texas Artists (4-5 optional)
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Best Show Seen in Lubbock (2-5 optional)
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Best Local Artist(s): (2-5 optional)
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Best Music Venue:(2-3 optional)
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Most Overrated Local Artist:
Most Underrated Local Artist:
Best Music Scene in Texas:  

Looking Forward

Artist/Band You’re Most Looking Forward to Hearing in 2012: (2-5 optional)
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Artist/Band You Most Want to See Live in Lubbock in 2012: (2-5 optional)
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Age:
From:
How Often Do You See Live Music:
Daily
At Least Once a Week
A Few Times a Month
At Least Once a Month
A Few Times a Year
Never

How Often Do You Check New Slang per week:
Multiple Times a Day
Daily
A Few Times a Weekly
At Least Once a Month
What’s New Slang?

Do You Regularly Read Print Magazines?
Yes
No

Would you be interested in an e-mail newsletter with news on upcoming shows and schedules?
Yes (leave e-mail here)
No

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