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Here is the result of a questionnaire held in 2008 and gives an insight into members’ likes/dislikes:

Questionnaire Results May 2008 N.B.

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Section AThe Question was “How much do you enjoy the following?”
Notes: the length of the blue line indicates strength of opinion. The red line indicates the spread of answers, so the longer the blue line, the more enjoyment of a particular item. Longer red lines indicate more variation in answers to that question.

Key: 1=dislike a lot 2=dislike a little 3=don’t mind 4=like a little 5=like a lot

Section B – This section is about what you want to have on future programmes.
The Question was “Would you like more or fewer of the following?” Notes: the length of the blue line indicates strength of opinion, so the longer the blue line, the more of a particular item you would like. Longer red lines indicate more variation in answers to that question.

Key: 1=far fewer 2=slightly fewer 3=about the same 4=slightly more 5=a lot more

Section C – This section is about competitions.
The question was “How much do you agree with the following statements?”

Notes: the length of the blue line indicates how much you agree with the statements. The red line indicates the spread of answers, so the longer the blue line, the more you agree with the statement. Longer red lines indicate more variation in answers to that question.

Key: 1=disagree a lot 2=disagree 3=no opinion 4=agree 5=agree a lot

Section D – General Questions.
The question was “How much do you agree with the folowing statements?”

Notes: the length of the blue line indicates how much you agree with the statements. The red line indicates the spread of answers, so the longer the blue line, the more you agree with the statement. Longer red lines indicate more variation in answers to that question.

Key: 1=disagree a lot 2=disagree 3=no opinion 4=agree 5=agree a lot