Facebook should pay to the users for their survey query

When I was browsing Facebook today my attention went to for some survey query from Facebook. On top of the page and
sometimes the right corner of the Facebook. 
So I was thinking actually why should people participate in these survey conducted by FB.
If anyone wants to participate in these survey one can lose 5 to 10 minutes. 
As FB is conducting in a very professional way and even they have almost reduced the organic reach for any post,
everything is about paid advertisement now. 

Why should users participate in this kind of survey and even for free? Nowadays there are many survey websites 
and they paid well for one survey
From this point of view, I think Facebook can pay to their users whenever they want to participate in their any survey query. 

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