Yes, my copy editor.
I share them with people I don't trust, I tend to get more honest answers out of them.
My wife and daughter read everything I write and I share some of it with a writer's group I belong to.
Yes. My wife is usually 1st reader on all work. 2nd &3rd readers are usually prose only.
I do. My dear husband gets the honor of reading it first and I value his opinion greatly.
Always. A writer can't depend on self-editing. I'm WAY to close to it to see glaring mistakes. Trusted readers will make your writing better.
Yes, always. I try to get as many people as are willing to proof read for me and lend not only their editorial eye, but their critical eye to the work. You can never underestimate the assistance this gives you in polishing your work. Other people will find errors or a lack of clarity in places that you cannot see, since you have the image in your head, and they are only able to put images together from what you write. Having friends or a writer's group that will take the time to do this is an invaluable tool.
My wife and daughter read my drafts, but I don't belong to a "writers group" and never have. I'm certain I would be intimidated by the other writers, and I'm afraid I'd try to write like someone else, which is the kiss of death for a writer.
Sure. I don't have a problem showing rough drafts and I will encompass other opinions and thoughts while I'm still writing. To me it's part of the cleaning up process.
Usually not, although I have in the past with a couple of critique group partners.
Yes. I do.
I would share my rough drafts with anyone who is interested. Not just curious, but interested.