Jared - There is so much more one would need to know to figure this out. What is the purpose of the survey? How long is it? What did the invite look like?
A bigger issue is how one uses survey research to generate "valid and reliable" insights. Fyi, this isa specific term of art in the business which means that if you ran the survey 10 times over different samples you'd get similar results given the confidence interval. The respondents have to be a representative sample of the population you are seeking to understand. I can just about guarantee that the population in your own social network will not be representative of a larger population segment you are trying to understand, and there will also be way too much bias since they know you and likely favor you.
What does that mean? Even if you got 10 times the responses, you can't make the assumption that their views mirror your target market's views. I'm surprised by how many entrepreneurs jump into this without educating themselves a bit about survey research first.
If you are going to base important company decisions on this - and fyi, I recommend you and more founders do real survey research to base product and sales-marketing decisions upon - then you should retain a real market research firm to run this for you so you get valid and reliable insights. They can recruit a panel of respondents that is a representative sample, optimize the invite, create a well designed questionnaire (crucial and something amateurs almost always get wrong). Evelyn Chen mentioned Survey Monkey above, and I think they offer a service to do this at a good price.
If you don't do any of the above, keep in mind the feedback is pretty close to useless. Also, while I used to be in the survey research biz (with Satmetrix and I am a certified Net Promoter consultant) I'm not in that business any more and have no commercial interest here. Just wanted to share a technical POV for your benefit. Hope it helps.