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reader, has undergone some
significant changes since our last reader survey which was conducted over 12
months ago. The breadth of our content has expanded considerably to include
many new regular writers, as well as other features such as blogwatch, a newsfeed
and the cartoon competition.

With the redevelopment of the
style and the launch of our new site in early 2008, we have seen an increased
engagement from our readership. Over the past year, our readership has doubled –
the site now has almost 10,000 registered users. Many of our readers
participate in online discussions by commenting on articles and circulating them within their own networks.

The new site has given us an opportunity to redefine ourselves by focusing on
our core purpose: publishing independent news, opinion, analysis and satire.

The redevelopment was directed in part by the feedback we received from our
regular readers. Now we are keen to hear from you again. We would like to find
out who you are, how you are using the site and how you perceive us. We would
also like to gain a bit of an insight into your personal interests and how you
spend your money.

You can have your say in the future of and help us out by completing this online survey.
It’s hosted by an external website called Survey Monkey. Survey Monkey takes your privacy seriously and will not make use of any of your personal information, check their Privacy Policy for more details.
The direct url to complete the survey is:

If you’re quick and complete the survey by Monday the 24th of November you will
go into the draw to win some great prizes including books, bags from Crumpler, free tickets
to the new films Hunger and Youth Without Youth, a energy and water saving pack including a portable solar charger, energy efficient lighting and water saving products from Todae and more.

For any issues or concerns regarding the survey, contact us at enquiries(AT)

The team

Launched in 2004, New Matilda is one of Australia's oldest online independent publications. It's focus is on investigative journalism and analysis, with occasional smart arsery thrown in for reasons of sanity. New Matilda is owned and edited by Walkley Award and Human Rights Award winning journalist Chris Graham.