STRATHKELVIN and Bearsden’s MSP has urged her constituents to join in the final push of the SNP’s biggest ever listening exercise.
On Friday, November 18, Rona Mackay MSP appealed to people across her constituency to take part in the online survey which is due to close on November 30.
The National Survey is the Scottish National Party’s biggest ever political listening exercise, and aims to understand what the people of Scotland think of the referenda that have happened over the last two years.
So far, more than 1.6 million people have taken part.
Ms Mackay said: “I am asking the people of Strathkelvin and Bearsden to get behind the final push of the National Survey.
“It’s so important we make the people of Scotland’s voices heard as we move into the future in these turbulent political times.
“Another important aspect of the National Survey is that we are asking people who were ineligible to vote in the EU Referendum to tell us what they think as well. They could be 16-17 year olds, who are eligible to vote in Scottish elections, but not in UK elections. They could be EU nationals who have lived and worked in Scotland for years, but were turned away because of the colour of their passports.”
The survey is also available in Polish, Urdu, Punjabi, Chinese, French and Gaelic.
Visit www.survey2016.scot to fill out the survey.