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The local Liberal Democrat team wants to find out your views on local and national issues. If you live in the Forest of Dean, we would be grateful if you could take the time to fill in this survey and send it to us by clicking on the submit button at the foot of the form.

When you click the Submit Button you will be asked to type in some characters. This is to make sure that the survey has been completed by a human and not a machine.

Once the completed survey has been sent, you will be redirected to the home page.

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Email *


Your details:-


Name *

Home phone


Missing street signs


Pot holes in roads

Bad pavements

Faulty streetlights

Dog fouling

Please give details




For decades, successive Conservative and Labour governments have not built enough homes.

This means that only about half of the houses we need are being built.  Do you have family or friends who are finding it hard to get housing?

Do you agree that housing deserves priority attention from the Government?

Do you have problems in your area?

You can report them here, but first you must tell us whereabouts in the Forest of Dean you live:-

The EU is fine as it is

The EU could do with some reform

I have no opinion on the EU

The EU needs a lot of changes if we remain a member

We need to leave the EU straight away

Which of the following statements is closest to your views on Europe

Martin Surl (Independent) was elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner in May.

What types of crimes should the police focus on in this area?


Car crime

Illegal drug use

Anti-social behaviour


Please give details

If there was an election tomorrow, how likely are you to vote? Please indicate on a scale of 1 to 10, where 1 is extremely unlikely and 10 is definitely.


If there was a local election tomorrow, which way would you vote?

Liberal Democrat





Lib Dem or Tory

Lib Dem or Labour

Lib Dem or Green



Is there anything else that your local Lib Dem Focus team can help you with? Use this space to let us know.