Credit: James Caldwell of PWTorch

WWE sent out a feedback survey for the Royal Rumble today. It's interested to note the questions they ask, as it lends insight into what WWE is concerned about. The survey is below.

-- Did you watch the Royal Rumble pay-per-view event on Sunday, January 29?

-- Including yourself, how many people were in your pay-per-view viewing group?

-- How did you watch the Royal Rumble pay-per-view?

-Watched at home through my cable provider

-Watched at home through my satellite provider

-Watched at a public restaurant or bar

-Watched at a friend or family member's home

-Watched on WWE.com

-Watched on another website (please enter web address)

-- Prior to watching the Royal Rumble, which announced match were you most interested in seeing?

-- After watching the Royal Rumble, which match was your favorite?

-- Did you watch the Royal Rumble pay-per-view last January (2011)?

-- Please rate your overall enjoyment of the 2012 Royal Rumble pay-per-view event.

-- For non-PPV buyers, WWE asked: "We are interested in finding out why you didn't watch the Royal Rumble. Please select how much you agree or disagree with the following statements."

-Due to the economy, I've limited my spending on WWE pay-per-view.

-The announced matches did not interest me.

-I was not interested in the main event participants.

-I was unsatisfied with previous WWE pay-per-view purchases.

-I preferred to read the results online.

-Storylines leading into the Royal Rumble did not interest me.

-I opted to watch other non-WWE pay-per-views in January.

-I rarely purchase any WWE pay-per-views

-I tried to order the pay-per-view, but couldn't due to technical problems.

-I was satisfied learning the results on TV.

-Everything I need to see is available on WWE's weekly TV shows.

-I'm generally less interested in WWE.

-I've already spent my allotted expenditures on WWE pay-per-views

-The matches were similar to previous pay-per-view events.

-I didn't know the date or time of the event.

-I was not available to watch the event.

-I thought the match outcomes would be too predictable.

-WWE's TV programs were not focused enough on Royal Rumble.

-I preferred to watch Royal Rumble clips on YouTube.

-- Approximately how many WWE pay-per-view events have you watched in the last 12 months?

-- From the choices below, please select your three main reasons for purchasing any WWE pay-per-view.

-Dissimilar matches to previous pay-per-views

-Unpredictability of the match outcomes

-The undercard is intriguing

-Preference for "themed" pay-per-views.

-Availability to watch the event

-Preference for pay-per-views with "specialty" matches.

-My friends and family are available to gather on a particular night

-Storylines interest me

-My favorite superstar is in action

-The main event and major matches on the card are compelling

-Historically significant event

-- How have the "specialty" matches in general affected your interest in watching the events?

-- Do you plan on watching the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view on Sunday, February 19?

-- What other types of pay-per-views do you typically watch? (Select all that apply)

-Movies

-Mixed Martial Arts (e.g. UFC)

-Other Wrestling (e.g. Impact!, Ring of Honor, etc.)

-Boxing

-Other

-- Approximately how often do you watch non-WWE pay-per-view movies or events?