2007 Grassroots Survey of Democratic Leaders

Purpose of this Survey
The Democratic National Committee is conducting this survey to help gauge the opinions of local Party leaders in the critical issues facing our nation. Your survey responses will give the DNC a better understanding of the views of Party members in your area. With your input, the DNC will be more effective in building grassroots support for our Party's agenda.

1. Which of the following issues is the most important to you? Please rank from 1 - 10 with "1" being most important to you.

- Improving public education
- Protecting the environment
- Iraq War
- Economic/tax policy
- Reproductive freedom
- Social Security reform
- Ethics in government
- Health care affordability
- national energy policy
- Stem cell research
- Other

2. Do you support an immediate withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq?

3. If you don't support an immediate withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, what do you believe the time frame should be?

4. Do you support increased defense spending to fight the war against terrorism?

5. Do you support raising the minimum wage from its current level of $5.15 per hour?

6. When decisions about the future of Social Security are being made, what do you think is most important?

7. In your view, what is the best way to ensure health care coverage for all Americans?

8. What is the single best approach to reducing our dependence on foreign oil?

9. Do you support new tax cuts targeted at working families?

10. Should the Democratic Congress put a high priority on stopping American manufacturing jobs from being "outsourced" to overseas workers?

11. Do you believe Medicare should be allowed to re-import less expensive drugs from Canada to make prescription medicines more affordable for senior citizens?

12. Thinking about the issue of education, which of the following is your number one priority?

13. What is your opinion about a woman's right to a safe and legal abortion?

What is your opinion about our environmental laws in America?

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