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General Election 2017 Survey

Thank you for choosing to answer our 2017 General Election survey online.

First, please give us a little information about yourself. We will not pass this information to anyone else, and we will not use this information without your approval (see below).
Please let us know your name.
Please let us know your email address.
Digits only, thanks
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Please provide a valid postcode.
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How we use your data: Some data we receive from you will probably comprise personal data about you and may include sensitive personal data. The types of information we may collect about you will probably include your name, address and contact information and information about your ethnic origin, political opinions, and religious, philosophical and other beliefs. The data you provide will be retained by the Conservative Party and Richmond Park Conservatives (“the data holders”) in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998 and related legislation. The data holders will use the data we collect for the following purposes: (i) to improve our understanding of political life in the United Kingdom; (ii) to compile and provide anonymous statistics about voters in the United Kingdom; (iii) to facilitate our operation as a political party; and (iv) to contact you in the future by telephone, text or other means, even though you may be registered with the Telephone Preference Service, without asking for further permission. Your data will not be sold or given to anyone not connected to the Conservative Party.
Please confirm below that you are happy to receive further messages from us by:
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Which areas would you like to see prioritised locally? (please tick two):











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The choice facing the country at this election is strong and stable leadership in the national interest with Theresa May and the Conservatives, or a weak and unstable coalition government led by Jeremy Corbyn.
That means the only way to secure strong leadership, stability and certainty is to vote for Theresa May’s Conservative candidate locally.
Does thinking about the choice at this election make you more likely to vote for Theresa May’s Conservative candidate locally this time around?
Would you say you are:


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Which of these Conservative commitments are the most important to you?









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In order to make this survey representative, how did you vote in the 2015 General Election?
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Thinking ahead to the General Election on Thursday 8th June how likely are you to vote - on a scale of 0-10, where 0 means absolutely no chance of you voting and 10 means you are absolutely certain you will be voting?
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Again, thinking ahead to the General Election on Thursday 8th June, what are the chances of you voting for each of the following parties - on a scale of 0-10 where 0 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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Finally, would you be interested in helping your local Conservatives by:





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Thank you for taking the time to respond to our survey.