New LDV members’ survey now live: your views on the economy, schools, and the Coalition

The new LDV members’ survey is now live. So if you are one of the c.1,500 registered members of the Liberal Democrat Voice forum — and any paid-up party member is welcome to join — then you now have the opportunity to make your views known.

Questions we’re asking this month include:

  • your views on the Coalition’s spending cuts;
  • what you think about schools policy;
  • hot-topics such as payday loans, immigration, ‘Help to Buy’, state surveillance, the state pension and MPs’ pay
  • your views on Nick Clegg’s leadership and of leading figures within the Lib Dems;
  • what you think of the Coalition’s performance to date;
  • PLUS your chance to nominate for this year’s Liberal Voice of the Year award voted for by the site’s readers.

It should take no longer than 10 minutes minutes to fill in. All registered members of the Forum should have today been e-mailed with a unique link to take you to the survey. If you haven’t received yours, or if you are signing up to the Forum now, please drop Ryan Cullen a line at [email protected]. Please do check your spam folder first, though, in case it’s ended up there!

We’ll publish the results in a few days’ time. You can access the results from our previous LDV members surveys by clicking here — and you can access a Google spreadsheet of our ‘Coalition tracker’ and ‘leading Lib Dems’ ratings here.

* Stephen was Editor (and Co-Editor) of Liberal Democrat Voice from 2007 to 2015, and writes at The Collected Stephen Tall.

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One Comment

  • Peter Watson 15th Dec '13 - 10:51pm

    “Questions we’re asking this month include … what you think about schools policy”
    I am struck by the fact that this week we learned that the costs of opening free schools were seriously underestimated, more than half of new free schools failed to recruit the target number of pupils, the Discovery free school in West Sussex has failed and is to be closed while the Al-Madinah free school in Derby remains in chaos, politicians in Kent are being rebutted in their attempts to exploit loopholes to open new grammar schools, the chief inspector of schools condemns the effect of grammar schools on social mobility, and Clegg’s free school meals plan stumbles again.
    Yet barely a word about any of this in Lib Dem Voice. I wait with bated breath to find out what, if anything, LDV members do actually think about school policy.

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