Tell us what politics means to you. 

Thank you for taking part in this survey on non-voters. The purpose is to inform the work of the Electoral Reform Society with your views and opinions. It should take no more than 5 minutes to complete and all your responses will be anonymous. The Electoral Reform Society reserves the right to use and publish the anonymous data and will keep it for five years in accordance with the Data Protection Act, after which it will be destroyed. Your participation in this survey is voluntary and you are free to withdraw at any time.

We will NOT share these details with a third party, and the information will be used for research purposes only.

* 1. What is your Age?:

* 2. What is your gender?

* 4. Do you consider yourself disabled?

* 5. Are you currently in receipt of benefits?

* 6. Are you registered on the UK electoral register?

* 7. As far as you can remember which of the following elections did you vote in, if any?

* 8. What is your email address? 

* 9. Using a scale from 0 to 10, where 0 means very little confidence and 10 means a very large amount of confidence, how confident would you feel to go to your local polling station to vote in an election?

* 10. To what extent to you agree with the following statements? (1= strongly disagree and 10=strongly agree)

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When people like me get involved in politics they can really change the way things are run
I am interested in politics
Politics is relevant to people like me
I find it easy to understand political issues being talked about in the news
I find out what is happening in the UK and the world by following social media
I regularly watch news programmes and/or read newspapers

* 11. In 10 words or less, what does politics mean to you?