Surveys

This section of my website is devoted to ensuring that you have your say. Surveys may be on a specific issue in a particular part of the constituency (and therefore restricted) or be more general and therefore open to a wider group of respondents. They are a useful tool for acquiring your opinions on matters of local and national importance and allow me to represent you better as your Member of Parliament. 

Online Commuter Survey

As the Member of Parliament for a constituency situated alongside one of the busiest lines in the country, currently undergoing vast upgrade works, I am keen to ascertain commuters’ views on the state of our railways.


Answering my survey is quick and easy and can be done during your commute.


I look forward to receiving your feedback and thank you for your time.


THIS IS NOT AN ANONYMOUS SURVEY AS RICHARD WOULD LIKE TO BE ABLE TO RESPOND TO THE CONCERNS YOU HAVE RAISED. AS SUCH, YOUR IDENTIFICATION DETAILS ARE CAPTURED DURING THIS SURVEY RESPONSE. THE DETAILS MAY BE USED IN THE FUTURE TO CONTACT YOU OR FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES. YOUR RESPONSES WILL BE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL AND ARE AVAILABLE ONLY TO RICHARD AND HIS STAFF.
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Richard Benyon was re-elected as the Member of Parliament for Newbury on 7 May 2015, with an increased majority of 26,368. Richard won 61 per cent of the vote share.

 

 

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