Full Commission General Outreach Results PDF
Q2: What is your age?
Q3: In which region of the United States do you live?
Q5: Do you believe that America’s current history museums adequately tell the story of women’s contributions and experiences?
Q6: Based on your answer above, do you think that the American Museum of Women’s History in Washington, D.C. could potentially help tell the story of women’s history in our country?
Q7: What themes, topics, periods of American history would you like to see highlighted in a women’s history museum?
Q8: There are several women’s history related museums across America. How might a national women’s history museum in Washington, D.C. impact these regional museums?
Q9: What factors might you consider important in selecting the site for the American Museum of Women’s History in Washington, D.C?
Q10: Would you be likely to visit an American Museum of Women’s History if a nominal fee were required?
Q11: What kinds of exhibits/modes of learning would you be interested in seeing at this museum?
Q12: Would you want the American Museum of Women’s History to function solely as a traditional museum or would you like it to serve as a research/thought leadership center as well?
Q13: How would you like the American Museum of Women’s History to be funded?
This is a selection of the survey questions, for full results please view the PDF version here