This showed up in my email today. My answers follow. You can follow the link if you're interested in taking the survey.
You've heard from us. Now, we want to hear from you.
As we formulate our strategy to win in November, we need your opinion. Enclosed in this e-mail is your official Republican Grassroots Voices Survey. Please take a moment to share your opinion on...
The most important priority facing our nation... why it's important that we retain our Republican majorities in November... how you'd like to get involved online... where you get your news... and anything else - by sharing your thoughts at the end of the survey.
Please be sure to return the survey as soon as possible. We will be sharing your thoughts with our leaders in Congress for their action. Your answers will be used to formulate a blueprint for victory in 2006 and 2008.
Politics is changing - and new technology empowers you to connect with our Party's leaders and elected representatives at the click of a button. Take a moment to fill out this important survey and tell our Party's leaders what you think.
Chairman, Republican National Committee
P.S. With this survey, you'll have a chance to sign up for our Grassroots Voices Initiative. By signing up, you'll receive exclusive e-mail alerts about new online polls - and be the pulse of the Republican Party.
If you have trouble submitting this survey or would like to complete it online, click here.
1.) Which issues will be most important in determining your vote this November? (select up to three)
a. Return the
b. Pay off the national debt
c. insure individual liberty
2.) What is the most important reason for maintaining and expanding our Republican majorities in 2006? (select one)
A: There isn’t one. The Republican Party has squandered its voter mandate and has governed as badly as the Democrats.
3.) If the Democrats win control of the Congress in 2006, what is the one thing you would be most worried would happen?
A: They’d expand government as fast and thoughtlessly as GWB.
4.) As you know, President Bush has announced a bold reform agenda for 2006. Which of his initiatives is most important to you? (select one)
A: What reform agenda? More big government spending isn’t a reform.
6.) On a scale of 0 to 10, how likely is it that you would recommend voting Republican in the next election to a friend or a colleague?
A: ZERO. There is little discernable difference between the Rep’s and Dems.
7.) As an online activist, what features would you like to see on GOP.com? (select multiple)
A: Links to the Constitution and Libertarian Parties websites where we can find some options for real conservative candidates.
9.) Did you vote in the year 2004?
A: Yes and I don’t regret it, but I didn’t support the party blindly like the past.