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Thanks for your interest in joining the YouGov panel

You are in good company! There are over 100,000 people across the world who enjoy contributing their views to our surveys, and getting paid to do so. If you are resident in the UK, please read on below. Otherwise, please use one of the following links to our panels elsewhere in the world:

www.yougovme.com - (YouGov panel for the Middle East region)
www.yougovamerica.com - (YouGov panel for the United States)

How it works

As a member of the YouGov Panel you will be invited from time-to-time to participate in surveys on topics ranging from from politics to painkillers to pensions. Each time you take part in a survey, you will have your virtual YouGov account credited with cash amounts depending on the survey's length, or you may be entered into a prize draw. When you reach £50 in your account, YouGov will send you a cheque for that amount.

Joining the panel

To join the YouGov Panel, we need to collect some profile information about you. This is for three reasons:

* Firstly, it allows us to make sure we invite you to future surveys that are relevant to you.
* Secondly, it means you are not asked the same questions each time you complete a survey.
* Thirdly it sets up your YouGov Panel account so you can begin accruing credit.

Your account will be credited with your first £1 for registering. By clicking the button below, you agree that you have have read, understood and accept the Terms and Conditions and would like to proceed.

Click here to view their main page and join

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Comments (2)

I think your error was address line 2. just leave a space there & it should work.


I just did it....

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HollyJ:

Hey James,

I went to register for this and got all the way to submit and then it said some type of error. I think we overloaded their circuits LOL. I guess I will try again later if I don't hear from them.

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