Storing custom values in Response Object using REST API

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We are using the REST API to store user responses to survey questions.  We have a custom user id that we would like to associate with the Survey Response.  I don’t see anything in the REST API docs that lets me store a custom value as part of a Response object.  I see ‘data[questionID]’ parameters in order to set the responses to each question, but what I would like is the ability to set a value on the response set as a whole that indicates the user id.  

You can do this with URL variables if you take the survey using the generated survey links from SurveyGizmo…however, we are using the REST API to grab each survey and its questions and are displaying in our own proprietary format.

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    For POST and PUT requests, the request body must be JSON, with the Content-Type header set to application/json.

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