If you’re interested in the results, they’re here.
If you use screen reading software for any reason, you might want to take this survey and have your say about the directions that accessible technologies may head in the future. It’s 30 questions long and should take you 10 to 15 minutes to complete, it says here.
The following survey is a follow-up to previous WebAIM Screen Reader User Surveys conducted December 2008, September 2009, December 2010, May 2012, January 2014, and July 2015. This survey is primarily intended to collect new information and track updates/trends from previous surveys. By completing this survey you will help inform development choices for those creating accessible web content and web standards. All screen reader users, even those who use screen readers only for evaluation and testing, are invited to participate.
The survey will remain open through November 1, 2017. No personally identifying information is collected. When submitted, your browser version and operating system will be collected. Results will be reported as aggregated summaries and will be published late 2017. Your participation is purely voluntary and you can choose to stop at any time. This is a research study that is of minimal risk. It has been approved by Utah State University’s Institutional Review Board (#8809). There are 30 brief questions that will take approximately 10-15 minutes. The benefit in taking this survey is that your experiences and opinions could help the field better design for accessibility. The risk includes the time you will take away from your day.
The data collected here is widely read by and very valuable to many organizations, so that risk is certainly one worth taking.