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Appendix D Summary of the Planetary Society~s Public Opinion Survey Bmee Betts and Emily LakdawaDa The Planetary Society Pasadena' California In conjunction with Me Solar System Exploration Survey' We Planets Society carried out ~ independent public opinion survey. Since this survey was not done in ~ controlled md rigorous fashion' significant bias may be latent in the result. However, these biases have been evaluated. The survey results are expend to have value as ~ guide to what inbreed people Wink about md expect from the Solar System Exploration program. The survey focused on those in the general public who have ~ particular interest in planetary exploration. Billed ~ < OCR for page 223
~4 APPENDIX ~ Complex results of this survey, which attracted 54~S responses' can be obtained from the Plar~ary SocieW by visiting its Web sin ~ cht~p:~/www.plar~ary.org~htmlisurveyisurvey_resul~.htm~ or by e-mailing bruce.~ds~plar~ry.org win questions or to request further Wails.