Over a month ago I received word that the Genealogy Survey results were in. It's only now that I had a chance to review them. I found the results very interesting and thought you might to check them out. What I learned is that I'm your typical genealogist that answered the survey, except I am LDS and the vast majority are not.
The following is from Myles Proudfoot, who conducted the survey.
Thanks to all who participated in the March-April genealogy survey. The full results are now available. I invite you to review the results and comment on my blog, or in other public venues on the conclusions. What surprises you? Or doesn't? What can the genealogy community learn from the responses?