I sent out my survey to 50 people randomly, and received 36 responses.
Have you ever had an experience that you got lost when you were a child?
- Yes (74.3%)
- No (25.7%)
If you have #1 experience, where it happened?
- Amusement park (29.6%)
- On the beach (11.1%)
- Crowded street (18.5%)
- Unfamiliar place (11.1%)
- Public transportation (3.7%)
- Near home (22.2%)
- ETC (3.7%)
If you have #1 experience, how long were you separated from your parents or guardians?
- Less than 1hour (44.4%)
- 2 to 3 hours (44.4%)
- 4 to 10 hours (7.4%)
- 11 to Less than 24 hours (3.7%)
- More than a day (0%)
If you have #1 experience, did you try to contact with your parents or guardians? How?
- Called your parents or guardians by phone (0.0%)
- Went to police department or information center (3.7%)
- Waited for your parents to return on the place where you lost them. (37.0%)
- Wandered from place to place in order to find your parents (59.3%)
What kind of products do you think preventing missing children?
- GPS System (22.9%)
- ID wristband that contains name, home phone number, or address, (51.4%)
- Implant GPS chipset (11.4%)
- ETC (14.3%)
What kind of products do you always have or wear?
- Many people answered cell phone, others mention a belt, a necklace, a ring, and so on.
Would you allow a doctor to insert a tiny GPS chipset into your child’s body for preventing missing children? (The chipset does not harm human body.)
- Allow it (I do not mind a tiny injure for preventing missing child) (19.4%)
- Not allow it (I don’t want my child to get any injured.) (72.2%)
- Have different thoughts (8.3%) [I would allow it If it is removable when my child become adult.] [I do not want to observe my child like that]