Google Up! Tippecanoe County Survey

The City of Lafayette, City of West Lafayette, Tippecanoe County and Purdue University are collaborating to become one of the first Google fiber communities in the United States. Google is planning to launch an experiment that it hopes will make Internet access better and faster for everyone. Google plans to test ultra-high speed broadband networks in one or more trial locations across the country. Google networks will deliver Internet speeds more than 100 times faster than what most Americans have access to today, over 1 gigabit per second, fiber-to-the-home connections. The possibilities for our community are endless if we are chosen. As part of the Request for Information (RFI), Google requires community support. Please take a minute to complete this survey. Your feedback will help make the case to Google that Tippecanoe County should be their place of choice. Thank you and Google Up! Tippecanoe County!
Who currently provides your Internet service?
Up to $14.99$15 to $34.99$35 to $54.99$55 to $74.99$75 to $94.99$95 and upDon't know
What is the current monthly cost for your Internet?
56kLess than 1MB1MB to 3MB3MB to 5MB5MB to 10MBFaster than 10MBDon't know
What is your Internet speed?
ComcastDish NetworkDirectvDo not have serviceDon't know
Who is your TV service provider?
YesNoNo answer
Do you have a landline phone number?
0123456 or More
How many cell phones in your household or business?
YesNoNo opinion
Do you believe if everyone in Tippecanoe County had access to super fast Internet (up to 100 times faster) it would provide better economic opportunities for the community?
YesNoNo opinion
Do you think being a Google fiber community would have a positive impact on our community?
YesNoNo opinion
Do you want fast, direct fiber broadband Internet in our community?
Please rate how interested you are in super fast, direct fiber broadband running to your home or business on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being most and 1being least.
Rate how much of an impact to the community super fast, direct fiber broadband would have.
Rate your satisfaction with your Internet provider.
Rate your satisfaction for the cost of Internet.
Rate your satisfaction on the cost of your TV provider.
Rate your satisfaction on your land line provider.
Rate your satisfaction on the cost of your land line phone.