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What Do You Think of The World?

WAMU is one of ten public radio stations nationwide participating in a survey about PRI's The World. PRI wants to know what WAMU listeners think of the show's coverage of global health and development issues. You are invited to take a survey to share how you access the program (on-air and online), what topic areas you are most interested in, and whether you take actions based on what they hear. This survey is being conducted by Edison Research on behalf of PRI. 

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