Category Archives: Survey

The results of the 2012 survey of Jehovah’s Witnesses are published, and the new 2013 survey is launched!

Just over a year ago, this website sent a package by UPS recorded delivery to the World Headquarters of the Watch Tower Society in Brooklyn New York. Received on 15th February 2012, the package was marked for the attention of … Continue reading


2012 JW Survey closes as we look forward to a promising 2013

The 2012 JW Survey has now been closed so that we can process the numbers and see what they reveal. A healthy number of 1,488 voters participated in the survey, and we are extremely grateful to each and every one … Continue reading


The time left is reduced – your 2012 survey needs YOU!

It’s been a rollercoaster ride since we launched this website twelve months ago. So much has happened in the organization, from the controversial Sparlock video to the Candace Conti verdict, together with the launch of the new website and … Continue reading


My Message to the Governing Body – The Results of the 2011 Global Survey

Attention: if you are in regular contact with any members of the Governing Body, please notify them of this message. The contents are of direct concern to them, both individually and collectively, in undertaking their responsibilities. Before reading this message, … Continue reading


Announcing the 2012 Global Survey

We want to personally urge all of you – including those who voted last year – to take a few minutes and vote NOW in the 2012 Global Survey! We are confident that we will far surpass the amount of votes gathered for the first Survey, which was only available during the last quarter of 2011. We wonder, with nearly a full year ahead of us, just how many votes will we receive? Continue reading


2011 Survey Ends – Here Comes 2012

The 2011 Global Survey of Jehovah’s Witnesses ended late on December 31, 2011. It was truly global in scope, with over 1100 voters logging in from literally every corner of the earth. Votes were still being cast right up to the … Continue reading