A couple of weeks ago, we filled out an enquête (questionnaire) for the gas company.
To tell you the truth, the form was poorly made and we really didn't know if we answered it properly.
The thing about questionnaires in Japan is that they usually "reward" you for answering them.
I asked Satoshi why companies do this and he said that if they didn't reward you, most people wouldn't take the time to fill them out.
So the other day, the gas company sent us our "reward"...a gift certificate for 1000 yen, which we used at our neighborhood conveyor belt sushi shop.
Do companies usually reward you for answering their questionnaires where you live?