What issues are you concerned about in Exeter?

If you could change one thing to make Exeter even better, what would it be?
Dom is aware of the pressures of new housing developments on Exeter and is keen that they are appropriate for the city, include green spaces and that the character of our fine city is preserved. Do you agree with Dom?
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Dom intends to work with the Peninsular Railway Task Force to lobby Network Rail to increase capacity, frequency and reduce journey times in order to support economic growth in Exeter. Do you support this campaign?
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Dom is campaigning to raise awareness of the mould and damp crisis in 300 City Council homes and to have the council declare it an emergency in order to start work faster. Do you support this campaign?
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Dom is running a campaign to halve youth unemployment in Exeter.

Do you support this campaign?

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Thinking about the economy for a moment, please say how strongly you agree or disagree with the statement that “Dealing with Britain’s deficit and debt is the only way to get back to a strong economy.” Marking on a scale of 1-10, where 1 means you disagree strongly and 10 means you agree strongly.
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Scale 1-10, 1 means you disagree strongly and 10 means you agree strongly
Which THREE of the following issues are most important for you and your family? Please tick up to 3 boxes
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And which THREE do you think are most important for the country as a whole?
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To help us make the survey results representative, could I ask you how you voted in the General Election in May 2010?
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Did you vote for that party in 2005 as well as 2010?
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Again, to help us make the results representative, would you mind telling us: Your occupation?

Thinking ahead to the next General Election, as things stand today, what are the chances of you voting for each of the following parties – on a scale of 1-10, where 1 means there would be no chance of you voting for the party and 10 means you would be absolutely certain to vote for the party?
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Conservative
Lib Dem
Labour
UKIP
Green Party
Other
Putting party politics aside and thinking about them as individuals, which of the two main leaders would you prefer as Prime Minister?
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Many people find it easier to vote by post, guaranteeing their vote even if they are away or ill. Would you like to hear more about this?
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Please let us know if you can help with our work locally:
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