Music Industry Survey 
This survey is to gain insights into what young people today know, remember and have have an interest in changing about how the music industry operates in regards to the value placed on the music creators and artists.  
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What collegiate program do you attend or plan to attend? *
What was your favorite thing about listening to music in your childhood?  *
What do you remember about the music industry (the way music was purchased and distributed) from your childhood?  *
In what ways does this differ from how you purchase, distribute, listen to music today?  *
On a scale of 1 to 5 how much do you know about how the business side of the music industry works  (ex; how producers, artists, and labels get paid)? *
I am unaware of how profits are distributed between music companies, artists, and other industry workers.
I am well aware of how profits are distributed between label companies, artists, and industry workers.
On a scale of 1 to 5 how concerned are you that the musicians may be receiving little to no compensation for their art and craftmanship due to how music is currently bought and sold. *
This is of no concern to me
I am very concerned
On a scale of 1 to 5  how much has your college music program taught you about how the music business works?  *
My program has taught me nothing about the business industry of music
My program has taught me plenty about how the music industry works
On a scale of 1 to 5 how confident are you that you can successfully navigate the industry as an artist and music creator without a coalition of artists for support *
I cannot be successful without a coalition
I can be successful on my own
I would be willing to learn more about a grass roots artist coalition to protect the music creators and their art.  *
No thank you, I am not interested.
I am very interested in learning how to help artists earn and keep their share of profits from their works.
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