Tell us: Have you taken part in our Suffolk Says survey? Share your views on transport, education, health and more
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Welcome to Suffolk Says – your opportunity to give your views on a range of important issues in our county.
Suffolk Says asks for your opinions on a number of topics, from quality of health care to broadband speed, from transport to shopping, and from education to the local economy.
It also invites you to express your opinion on more general matters, such as the best things about Suffolk, and what you think is needed to improve the county.
In all there are 26 questions for you to answer, either online or by using this four-page section. It will only take a few minutes of your time.
Your responses will be used to build up a powerful and compelling picture. Your views will be used to inform and guide our coverage of the many issues which are covered in this survey.
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We will publish the results here and in print and we will also make certain that all of our politicians and other key decision-makers are fully aware of what Suffolk Says – we will send each and every one of them a copy of our special supplement displaying all the results.
Three surveys will be selected at random from all the completed surveys we receive and the respondents will receive £50 each.
To give us your views, follow this link
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