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 very last minute. In fact, we are sorry to say that a few potential voters just missed the 11:59:59-midnight (Pacific International Date Line) official cutoff time.

We’re tabulating the final results and will be announcing them officially early in January 2012. We’ll publish the final numbers and percentages here and on other popular Jehovah’s Witness discussion forums and websites. These results (and their implications) will also be provided to secular news agencies and directly to the leaders of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society.

A New Survey for 2012

We are editing and formatting a new survey for publication on this website in early January. Hopefully, with a full year ahead of us (rather than the four months allowed for the 2011 survey), hundreds more current and former Jehovah’s Witnesses will be able to participate for the 2012 version. We’ll announce the new survey’s start date within the next few weeks.

We’ll also be announcing more of our popular “Mini-Surveys” on dozens of subjects. Please feel free to suggest topics and questions through our automated contact form.

Check back soon to see the final results of Survey 2011 and to give your responses to our new Survey 2012. Thanks again to all of our readers who participated and commented over the past few months.

5 thoughts on “2011 Survey Ends – Here Comes 2012

  • July 14, 2012 at 12:05 am

    It would be interesting to know what JWs think of having to submit a field service report…what’s the scriptural basis?
    If it’s neccessary ,why can’t it be anonymous?why do we let our right hand know what our left is giving? Since Jehovah knows whether one preaches or not. . doesn’t it then look like we do it to please the elders,circuit overseers instead of doing it out of love for Jehovah?

  • October 23, 2012 at 7:18 am

    Early followers of Jesus Christ took an interest in reports of progress in the preaching work. mark 6 :30 says the apostles gathered together before Jesus and reported to him all the things they had done and taught. Jehovah’s Witnesses today endeavor to keep accurate records of what is accomplished.

    • March 30, 2017 at 5:35 am

      I know several friends who just keep recording the same thing every month for years. One of them doesn’t even submit a report. The elders just record the same amount for him. The secretary used to message him to ask his report, but as the answer was always 5 hours it seemed silly for the secretary to continue to ask him.

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