YouGov is one of the world's leading research companies with an impressive 4 million members worldwide. Join YouGov and get rewarded for participating in online surveys and focus group opportunities.
Sign Up Bonus!
As a sign up bonus, YouGov rewards all new members with 1,000 points to get started on their survey taking journey!
The length of each online survey varies, but most are between 5-7 minutes long. Surveys are rarely longer than 20 minutes, as this is considered a maximum.
As with any survey site, YouGov's survey topics can vary, however most of the time, they are politically focused. YouGov's surveys and polling results are frequently published in the media.
Compensation Per Survey
Most surveys will award between 500-1,000 points; the longer the survey, generally, the more points that are awarded. 1,400 points equates to $1.00.
YouGov offers a variety of redemption options for members. Cash payments awarded via PayPal are an option, as are gift cards to retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, iTunes, Walmart, and more. YouGov branded merchandise is also available.
Gift card rewards take approximately 2-3 weeks to receive after redemption. Gift cards are physically mailed.
Refer Friends, Earn More
Refer your friends and extended family members to YouGov and earn 1,000 bonus points per referral. Earn 2,000 points if they connect with YouGov via Facebook.
Eligibility: must be age 14+ in USA to join, 16+ in UK to join.
I have no serious complaints about YouGov; no raves, either. I get a survey or two a month, and can't log in, so I couldn't access it even if I wanted to. When there's a survey I am logged in, and I see I have enough points for something. But I don't like the fact that it's 35,000 for only a $15 Amazon card. Why? For 25,000 points they give larger values for other items. I don't need a Michaels card, a Home Depot one is also fewer points -- but I've forgotten, and can't log in to check. When I emailed about getting a message about a Captcha code I needed, there was one reply unrelated to the question. Still, it's really the low Amazon values that bother me.
I have £35 worth of points on there but since Aug 2015 had no new survey invites. What's going on? and where"s their email address
It appears to be a decent survey site I haven't had any serious problems with them. If you are into politics and are up to date on whats going in the world you will probably like this website. A lot of their surveys are based on current events.
Dont understand their website they have too much stuff on their website than you got to login in twice by that time the day is gone so not worth it. It requires you duplicate info to login it takes along time to long in. Convenience ok accessible on mobile device yes but too much stuff on their website and return on time is long they ask you a ton of personal info but you dont really get any surveys again they ask you a ton ton of personal info and no surveys.
I get several surveys a week, rarely screened out, I like that I can get a physical Visa prepaid card as a reward. You Brits are lucky you only need accumulate 50 quid to cash out. In the US it's $100. Takes me almost a year to accumulate that much. But I like the simple surveys albeit they are tedious and plodding for the most part. They are fairly fast to cash out, less than 3 weeks, for my $100 Visa giftcard. I'd give them 5 star rating but they dont offer cash payouts only gift cards and a couple merchandise items.
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