The election (survey) results

Is it important that we work together in the run up to the UK General Election? Over the last few days thousands of us having been answering that question in the 38 Degrees election survey. We’ve just finished calculating up the results. A staggering 95% of us think it’s important that we take action.

So now what should we do? The next step for us is to work together to decide how we, as a movement of 60,000 people, should work together in the run up to the election.

Today we’re launching our election consultation. This is an online space where thousands of us can discuss our plans together. We’ve teamed up with Achordus, who are experts in enabling lots of people to discuss ideas together over the web. They’ve helped us create a unique online space where we can post ideas, read others’ ideas, prioritise options and discuss next steps.

Please go and get involved now. It’s really easy to get into the space. All you need to do is fill in your details on this form: http://www.38degrees.org.uk/2010-election and we’ll send you login details within 24 hours. So please go and get involved now.

Here are the survey results in full:
76.05% said it was “very important for us to work together during the General Election”
18.71% said it was “quite important for us to work together during the General Election”
3.74% were neutral on the idea that we work together during the General Election
0.5% thought it was “not important for us to work together during the General Election”
0.9% thought it was “not at all important for us to work together during the General Election”