The Sims Community Communication on Twitter

Hello, my name is Greta and I'm doing a survey about The Sims community communication on twitter and how The Sims gained their popularity. 

The purpose is to study the tactics, algorythms, coomunication between creators and their fans and how people feel being in The Sims community. 

This survey is anonymous and not obligatory, however your answers would help a lot in achieving the results for this study. You can see the results once the survey is submitted, but all personal information will be kept confidential. 

If you decide to fill this survey out it will be appreciated and if you have any questions you can contact me on: [email protected]

Do you believe sharing glitches can be one of strategies to gain popularity for The Sims? (Copy Yes/No if don't have anything to add)
No
Unsure
Yes/No
Could be a strategy but not a good one imo
No
I don’t think so. I don’t think poorly made packs have been good publicity for the sims.
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes/No
No
No
Nope. It's so sad and negative
Yes
No
No
Only if they're then fixed, otherwise it would be off-putting I think
Yes.
No
Yes
No
Yes
I have no idea to be honest.
Yes - it's funny
No
No
No
Not sure. Showing the games flaws certainly can't gain players.
Yes
No, hmmm interesting point
No, sharing what's wring with a game doesn't make people want to play it.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes if they’re funny
No
No
I dont think so
Yes
Yes, people love chaos in all mod-able games. Glitches can be funny.
No
Absolutely not.
No, the opposite. Surely sharing that the game has problems will make it less popular?
no, reporting glitches or bugs serves as a way to get those fixed
Sometimes it can be, since it brings back nostalgia that u want to experience once again
Probably, those glitches seem funny
Yes
Yes, as long as it to help not to bash. Because if people see the gamers coming together to improve the game I think more will want to join the community of simmers.
Yes
No? Sharing glitches is and should be used to get tech support.
Yes