NEW: post-conference ’09 LDV members’ survey #ldconf

Following the Lib Dem autumn conference in Bouremouth, Lib Dem Voice is conducting a survey of our Forum for party members on some of the issues that arose.

The survey includes questions on why you did (or didn’t) attend the conference; what you thought about it; your views on Nick Clegg’s statements on tuition fees and spending cuts; Vince’s ‘mansion tax’; and which MPs you thought emerged best from the conference.

The survey – a link to which has been emailed to all signed-up members of LDV’s forum – should take only 5-10 minutes to complete, and your responses are anonymous. All the results will be published on Lib Dem Voice: to see the results of our previous surveys, please click here.

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