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Britain 2022 Electoral Priorities Report

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Campaigning for the UK election is in full swing, Brexit appears to be the dominant issue for the parties and the media, but what longer term issues do citizens want politicians to be debating as we contemplate the next five years in a rapidly changing world? To explore this question, Fast Future ran a flash survey from May 24th to May 30th 2017. The survey was distributed to our own networks and via a range of social medium forums covering all points on the political spectrum. A total of 209 responses were received, with just over 78 per cent of those stating an origin coming from the UK.

Participants were asked a series of six multiple choice questions covering Politics and Security, Social Issues, Economic Priorities, the Commercial World, Science and Technology Policy, and Environmental Priorities. For each question they were asked to select two options from a list of possibilities. For each question, they could also add their own thoughts and comments on alternative priorities. In a seventh open ended question, respondents were asked to suggest any other priorities that they considered critical to Britain’s long-term future. Presented on the following pages are the responses of both the total respondent base and also for those who selected the UK as their geographic origin. The accompanying narrative focuses mainly on the views of UK respondents, contrasting these where relevant with total responses and with the views of UK participants aged under 35.

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