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Methodology

6. Methodology (Describe what methods you are using to collect data, where and how the data can be collected and analyzed)



Another alternative that we thought of is to formulate questions to interview people about what they feel about the unbalanced ratio between populations and resources and how it will affect the country and them. 

By taking other peoples’ thoughts and opinions on the topic, we get a larger scale and view of what most people think about this current topic that we are currently researching on. Some problems we anticipated, while gathering the research materials would be that the information that we can find might not all be entirely relevant to our project and that that is already the closest piece of information among all others that we have found. 


Survey Questions:
Sustainability of exponential population growth

Q1) What do you think about the relationship between the population and the resources?
Q2) Do you think there will be enough resources for all the population in the future? Why?
Q3) What are your thoughts on the current amount of resources and the population in Singapore?
Q4) How do you feel about the increasing population while the resources decrease? 
Q5) Indicate how concern you are about resources not enough for the world’s populations? 
Q6) Do you agree that the demands for resources are rising and the populations will not have enough any resources. 
Q7) What do you think the ageing population is an urgent matter in Singapore? 
Q8)How does the population affect the amount of resources in your opinion.
Q9)What can we do to sustain both resources and a population together?
Q10)What if one day we ran out of resources?
Q11What do you think can be done to prevent the resources from running out?
Q12) How do you feel about the increasing population in Singapore? 
Q13) What do you think can be done to prevent people around us from wasting valuable resources?
Q14) Do you think valuable resources are depleted? Name a few of these valuable resources.  
Q15) How fast do you think our resources are depleting along these years? 
Q16) What can be done to prevent the resources from depleting?
Q17) What do you think is the relationship between the human population and resources?
Q18) Why do you think that there is a need to increase population in one country? 
Q19) Do you think the lack of resources in the future can cause extinction to us humans? Why do  you think so? 
Q20) What can be done to overcrowding in one country? 
Chosen Survey Questions:
- What do you think is the relationship between the human population and natural resources?
- How does the population affect the amount of natural resources in your opinion.

 - What are your thoughts on the current amount of natural resources and the population in Singapore?
Scale   
1) I think it is fine.
5) Government needs to do something!
- What can we do to sustain both resources and a population together?
- How long do you think our resources can last? 
a) 80-90 years
b) 90-100 years
c) 100-110 years
d) 110-120 years
- What do you think can be done to prevent the resources from running out?
- Do you think that there is a need to increase population in one country? Why?



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