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T-Squared: Take The Texas Tribune's annual reader survey

Your responses will help us better understand the people consuming our journalism and how they use it — and that will make us better equipped to serve you.

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The Texas Tribune is growing dramatically. We find ourselves at an inflection point after celebrating our 10th anniversary. How are we doing? Now's your chance to let us know.

As a newsroom that's in the business of creating public-interest journalism, we're excited to launch our annual reader survey so we can hear directly from you, the public. We'd love for you to participate, which you can do by filling out our survey below or opening it in a new tab here.

It should only take about 10 minutes of your time, and your responses can be completely anonymous. The feedback you share is for our internal use only — we will not share your responses with any third parties.

Your responses will help us better understand who is consuming our journalism and how they're finding it — and that will make us better equipped to serve you.

Need more incentive? We'll be giving away $40 Visa gift cards to TWO lucky readers who complete the survey with a valid email address. So please, give us your honest feedback — good, bad or in between. We love praise — but constructive criticism will help us inform and engage with Texans a whole lot better.

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