I hate to say this but you're dreaming. There's no way to guarantee that that will happen that way.
There hundreds of different PDF readers. Most of them will not handle forms properly. For example, your Mac users will open it in Safari or in Preview. Neither will be able to fill it out.
If you want people to fill out on a website, you need to create a web form. Learn to use Adobe Muse or Dreamweaver, or get someone to create it for you.
Just my two cents.
You can create a PDF form with InDesign versions CS6 to 2015 and finalised in Acrobat Pro and user enabled so that the data added can be saved. This PDF can be added to a website for users to download, complete and email back to you.
There's a good Lynda.com online tutorial on how to do this: http://www.lynda.com/InDesign-tutorials/Creating-PDF-Forms-InDesign/126118-2.html
I'll break the tie here and go with Steve. What you want is pure fantasy given the proliferation of lousy PDF readers.
You're better off with a google form: Google Forms - create and analyze surveys, for free.