by Nona Hurkmans Aug 10th, 2017
As members of 38 Degrees, each one of us helps decide the issues we work on together to make change happen. Knowing what all of us care about is vital.
On Friday afternoon, the office team sit down with the results of this survey to help decide what to do for the week. Here are the results (1 is ranked the highest priority and 7 is the lowest):
Members also vote on which of new campaigns they think are the most important. Members overwhelmingly thought that the campaign to make sure the government don’t water down our Human Rights Act was the most important. Members also saw the importance in campaigning to ban banks from charging unfair and unplanned overdraft fees, forcing Parcelforce to end their unfair treatment of drivers that call in sick and making councils stop using disposable plastic cutlery in their buildings. You can see more in-depth analysis of our weekly survey in England and Wales here.
In Scotland, 38 Degrees members shared many similar concerns and stopping the government from watering down the Human Rights Act came out on top as a campaign they would like 38 Degrees to take on. Scottish members would also like their government to adopt stricter targets to tackle climate change, as well as a campaign to make land ownership fairer in Scotland. You can see more in-depth results of our weekly survey in Scotland here.
Look out for our next weekly member survey on our Facebook page to have your say on how 38 Degrees should campaign.