Listening Survey


Tom Pursglove believes that free local parking is important.
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Tom Pursglove believes that uncontrolled immigration from the European Union should be stopped.
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Tom Pursglove believes that wind farms are destroying the countryside and hiking up energy bills.
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Tom Pursglove believes that the United Kingdom should leave the European Union Superstate.
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Thinking about the economy for a moment, how strongly do 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" on a scale of 1-10, where 1 means you disagree strongly and 10 means you agree strongly
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Which THREE of the following issues do you think are most important FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY?  
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Which THREE of the following issues do you think are most important FOR THE COUNTRY AS A WHOLE?
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How did you vote in the General Election in May 2010?
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Have you always voted for that party:  (i.e. voted for that party in 2005 as well as 2010)
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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Putting party politics aside and thinking of 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 an application to vote by post?
Would you be able to help our local campaign by delivering leaflets in your street or local area?

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