What better way to understand better how well Firefox is doing in a particular country than to ask our community of users in that place.

With your help, we have put together a simple survey of questions, which will help us get a sense of how well ‘you’ think Firefox is doing in your country. Its called the “Firefox in your country” survey.

We think its important to ask you for your opinion, so the questions not only ask about your own use of Firefox, but also cover questions such as: why do you think people use Firefox, and how? To, what kind of product features do you think are most important for Firefox users?

Over the next few weeks we’ll be running 6 surveys, in 6 different languages – they are now online and fully available in English, Spanish, Polish, German, Brazilian Portuguese and Indonesian. And, just to let you know, we are keen to replicate the survey in other languages, so we’ll be working on next steps for this in the coming weeks.

You can go to the survey here: http://surveys.mozilla.org/?id=10
(Scroll down to see a language selector right at the bottom of the page)

The survey should take a quick 5-10 minutes to complete. If you’d be prepared to share the survey with friends and family, even if they are not current Firefox users we would be interested to hear from them. Please also feel free to blog about the survey.

Thanks very much for your help in taking the survey, we are sure your feedback will be very interesting and we’ll look forward to sharing the results back with you soon.**

Take me to the “Firefox in your country” survey

** We will be publishing the aggregate results, but will neither hold, nor publish any personal information.