There are some questions in the initial, demographics portion of the surveys, which are mandatory in order to provide meaningful survey data. This is for the purpose of complying with certain provisions in the United States Constitution involving Full Faith and Credit, and the Right to Vote. This will assist legislators and other government officials in the executive branch of government with assisting the People of their State, as well as the People of the United States, with improving public trust and confidence in the judiciary in the highest forms possible. However, there may be follow-up questions that may need to be answered, before someone who wishes to participate in the surveys must answer, if they are not a registered voter, and if they are not yet old enough to vote. Answering these types of questions may provide meaningful data to public officials about younger Americans, who may be taking an early interest in their judicial branch of government.
However, other survey questions are optional and may be skipped simply by pressing the button at the end of the question marked "Skip This Question."