"Imagine yourself at the 'Heaven and Hell' themed New Year's Eve 2006 party to be held at the Stadium," shoppers were told.
"You're having lots of fun with all your friends until 10 minutes to midnight when a distressed DJ interrupts the music to announce 'Armageddon is upon us… we are all doomed!' What do you do next?"
The survey had some interesting results with over half the 30 people asked, choosing the most 'sinful' answer - chatting up the first attractive man or woman they could find - rather than ringing home to talk to mum in a 'saintly' manner.
The results also show you can't judge a book by its cover. Over 80 per cent of interviewees said they would be wearing a Devil outfit to the fancy dress party, but costume choice counted for nothing with The End of the World approaching - Kelly Veryard, 18, from Cardiff was the only one who chose to both look and act Angelic!
Opinion on Welsh celebrities was also canvassed, with all surveyed asked to categorise celebs as 'saints' or 'sinners' in the context of the dilemma question.
Wales's very own singing angel Katherine Jenkins tops the list of 'saints', unanimously labelled by all the men who took part as most likely to call a loved one.
Charlotte Church takes her place on the opposite side of the fence, picking up just one vote as a 'saint'. Charlotte was closely followed by Big Brother's Imogen and Catherine Zeta Jones, with Shirley Bassey splitting opinion.
Women voters judged Ryan Giggs to be the most sinful, he beat of stiff competition from the other Big Brother-ite listed, Glyn, and Rhys Ifans surprised everyone coming out on top as a unanimous 'saint', above Anthony Hopkins and the Stereophonics' Kelly Jones.
Readers can take part in the survey at www.millenniumstadium.com/heavenandhellsurvey and the Millennium Stadium has teamed up with Wales on Sunday to offer one lucky winner, and nine friends, free tickets to the Heaven 'n' Hell New Year's Eve party - just fill in the survey online and your details will be entered into a free prize draw for the tickets.
Tickets for the over-18s only party are currently available from £15 each online, from the ticket office at 98 St Mary Street, Cardiff or Ticketmaster 08705 582 582. The Millennium Stadium capacity for the event will be 4,000 with revellers housed in a special on-pitch marquee with all food and beverages capped at high street prices, so buy now to avoid disappointment.
SURVEY AND RESULTS SO FAR
1. You are at the New Year's Eve Party at the Millennium Stadium next month. The party has a "Heaven and Hell" theme and you have to go in fancy dress, what costume will you choose?
C. Neither, I'm already an Angel/Devil so I don't need to dress up
Surveyed Answers: A: 1 B: 24 C: 5
2. The party is going well and you are having lots of fun with all your friends, until 10 minutes to midnight when a distressed DJ interrupts the music with the following announcement:
"Folks I have some bad news: the Prime Minister has just announced that the world 'as we know it' will come to an end tomorrow. Armageddon is upon us… we are all doomed."
Bearing in mind the costume you are wearing, what do you do next? Please choose from the following SAINTLY or SINFUL options:
A. I'd do the SAINTLY thing and ring a loved one or maybe say a prayer
B. Only 10 minutes left to live? I'd do the SINFUL thing and 'pull' the first attractive man/woman I could find
C. Neither, as I'm already an Angel/Devil I've known the end of the world was nigh for some time and I'm just going to sit back and enjoy it
Surveyed Answers: A: 12 B: 16 C: 2
Q3. For Men Only, categorise the following celebrities as 'saints' or 'sinners' in the context of the above dilemma question:
Catherine Zeta Jones
For Women Only, categorise the following celebrities as 'saints' or 'sinners' in the context of the above dilemma question:
30 people surveyed were: Miss Davies, Waitress, Cardiff, 20s; Mr Gale, Store Manager, Cardiff, 30s; Mrs Rees, Retail Assitant, Pontypridd, 40s; Steve Robinson, Labourer, Cardiff, 30s; Joe Kirk, Unemployed, Fairwater, 20s; Vicki Phillips, Auxiliary Nurse, Cardiff, 20s; Joe Ree Darl, Sales Assistant, Blackwood, 20s; James Elias, Student, Cardiff, Teens; Mrs Veryard, Store Assistant, Cardiff, 30s; Luke Bishop, Student, Cardiff, Teens; Kelly Veryard, Student, Cardiff, Teens; Simon Jones, PR, Liverpool, 20s; Michael Veryard, Carpenter, Cardiff, Teens; Danella Mapstone, Retail Assistant, Cardiff, Teens; Andrew Williams, Student, Cardiff, 20s; Matthew Morling, Student, Wales, Teens; Xavier Jones, PR, Zambia, 30s; Bethan Provoost, Student, Merthyr, 20s; Arun Hall, Manager, Cardiff, 30s; Louise Matthews, Secretary, Cardiff, 20s; Mrs Teague, Cook, Cardiff, 40s; Craig Lane, Labourer, Merthyr, 20s; Tracey Richardson, Receptionist, Cardiff, 30s; Jackie Bounds, Computer Technician, Cardiff, 40s; D Anderson, Security, Pontypridd, 20s; Gale Saunders, Store Manager, Caerphilly, 40s; Miss James, Substitute teacher, Merthyr, 30s; Emma Francis, Sales Assistant, Cardiff, 20s; Miss L Rees, Sales Assistant, Cardiff, 20s; Gemma James, PR, Cardiff, 20s; Gwydian Griffiths, Journalist, Cardiff, 30s