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Richard Burden MP: Your views on the EU Referendum
On 23rd June we have to make the biggest decision for a generation, whether to remain in or leave the European Union. These issues and this decision are incredibly important to our country and everyone in it.

I want to hear what you all think, so I'd be grateful if you could share your views with me through the survey below. Regardless of what you think or how you intend to vote, I want you to be honest about how you feel. It should only take five minutes.

I have thought long and hard about the pros and cons myself, and my view is that we should remain in the EU. But my vote counts for no more or less than anyone else's. As your MP, I want to hear your views too and have an open conversation about the issues.

1. How important is the outcome of the EU Referendum to...
you and your family?
not important
very important
your local area?
not important
very important
our country?
not important
very important
2. Constituents I have spoken to on both sides of the argument have raised the following issues in relation to membership of the EU. I want to know what you think.
Do you think the EU has a positive or negative effect on...
Positive
Negative
Not Sure
Immigration
Our economy
Jobs, skills and training
Crime and security
Control of UK borders
Consumer rights
Worker rights
Pensions
Travel and tourism
International trade and diplomacy
For the same issues, do you think the UK would benefit more from Remaining in or Leaving the EU.
Remain
Leave
Not Sure
Immigration
Our economy
Jobs, skills and training
Crime and security
Control of UK borders
Consumer rights
Worker rights
Pensions
Travel and tourism
International trade and diplomacy
3. Benefits of EU membership
Do you feel that the following are benefits of EU membership?
Yes
No
Not Sure
Easier to travel and live in the EU
Consumer agreements that reduce mobile phone charges and travel costs
Having greater influence on the EU from within to help the UK
The UK having a veto over measures voted on in the EU
Being part of a large group of countries in times of uncertainty
Ability to negotiate deals with largest trading blocs in the world
3. The economic impact
The International Monetary Fund, The World Bank and the Bank of England have all said that leaving the EU would have a negative impact on our economy. This could then raise prices and interest rates. How much does this worry you?
Not worried
Very worried
4. If you have children and/or grandchildren, do you believe they will have greater opportunities in life if we stay in the EU or leave?
5. Voting in the EU Referendum
What is your current position on UK membership of the EU?
Do you think this is likely to change before you vote?
How likely are you to vote in the EU Referendum
Definitely not voting
Definitely voting
Do you know if you're registered to vote? (If not, you can do so here before 7th June: https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote )
If you are undecided, what do you think will influence your decision?
Your answer
6. Please use this space if you want to tell me any other views about the EU Referendum.
Your answer
About you
Employment
Name
Your answer
Email
Your answer
House number
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Postcode
Your answer
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