I have to agree. The last question is 'loaded' and gives the impression that you have made up your mind, despite what the jury said. This will unequivocally skew your results and nullify your survey.I am also completing a dissertation for my masters at the moment, our universities must have vastly different standards when it comes to getting authorisation from the ethics committee.
Me too, I didn't complete the survey as question 8 doesn't have a suitable response for me. I don't know one way or the other if he is guilty and would never say I believed he is or he isn't.It was question 8 I had trouble with, how can we know for certain it the allegations are true or not even if he is found guilty or not. I lived through the late 70's and 80's and things certainly were different then whatever anybody says. Certain things were more acceptable because the connotations weren't there (rightly or wrongly as we were blind to how many perverts were actually out there).