by Carlton Rose Mar 7th, 2016
The results are in: a whopping 230,000 of us took part in the survey to decide what we should do together in the run up to the EU referendum.
Here’s a summary of the results:
Here’s a more detailed breakdown of the results:
How important do you think the EU referendum will be for the future of the UK?
Are you planning on voting in the EU referendum?
If you had to vote today, how would you vote in the referendum?
These questions were about 38 Degrees involvement in the EU campaign:
In what way do you think 38 Degrees should be involved in the referendum campaign?
If the majority of 38 Degrees members voted to campaign for the UK to stay in the EU how would you feel about 38 Degrees running this campaign?
If the majority of 38 Degrees members voted to campaign for the UK to leave the EU how would you feel about 38 Degrees running this campaign?
If the majority of 38 Degrees members voted to stay neutral – providing facts and challenging spin – throughout the EU referendum how would you feel about 38 Degrees doing this?
If the majority of 38 Degrees members voted not to get involved at all the EU referendum how would you feel if 38 Degrees did nothing?
These questions below were about how important 38 Degrees members thought the EU referendum is for 38 Degrees.
On a scale of 0 to 5, how high a priority do you think the EU referendum should be for 38 Degrees?
How important do you think campaigning in the EU referendum is compared to other issues we could campaign on together?
The feedback below was in response to the question: If 38 Degrees members voted to get involved, which tactics do you think we should use together in the EU Referendum?
Help voters make informed choices by highlighting how staying in or getting out would affect the issues 38 Degrees members care about.
Encourage more people to register to vote and to use their vote.
Hold people-powered public meetings with representatives from both sides of the debate.
Fundraise for a comprehensive investigation to expose how staying in or leaving the EU would impact the issues we care about most.
Support independent and neutral fact-checking to cut through the political spin.
Use the referendum as an opportunity to highlight key national and local issues.