IndependentVoting.org Survey
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1. How/when did you become an independent?

I've always been an independent.
I've been a member of a major party in the past, but I needed to make a change.
I'm an independent but sometimes I join a party to be able to vote in a primary.
I'm part of a minor party.
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2. I like being independent because (Choose up to three (3) statements that most represent your view).

I don't want to be put in a category.
No party represents me.
The parties are corrupt, plain and simple.
Partisanship is screwing up everything and that has to stop.
I'd rather vote for the person, not the party.
It's better at my job to be an independent.
I get into fewer fights with my family.
Politics in this country has to change and this is a first step.
It's a way that I can protest the two-party system.
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3. In 2020, millions of Americans were barred from voting in the presidential primaries. Do you think the Democratic and Republican parties should open the presidential primaries to allow independents to participate?

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4. How did you find out about IndependentVoting.org?

 

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5. How would you best describe your reason for coming to our website (Check as many as apply):

I'm tired of the partisanship of the two parties and was searching around for alternatives.
A friend or someone I know referred me.
I'm looking to become involved in organizing independents.
I am a candidate and looking for support.
I am a member or leader of an organization and looking to connect.
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6A. Now that you have come to the site, which of the following best describes your current perspective?

I'd like to receive emails and then go from there.
I'd like to receive a phone call so that we can discuss how I can best help and participate.
I'm interested in attending upcoming conference calls and virtual events.
I'd like to be trained as a spokesperson.
I'm a leader and can help get something started.
I'd like to connect with others in my state or work together on committees of interest.
I have other skills I'd like to offer. (Please specify in "other" or comment section below.)
I discovered this was not what I was looking for.
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6B. From time to time Independent Voting receives requests from the media (print, radio and TV) for independents who will talk about their views and why they are independent.  Would you be interested in being interviewed?

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7. I am interested in the following topics:

Winning recognition and respect for independents - 40%+ of the electorate.
Open primaries and other political reforms that increase the power of the voters.
Running and electing independent candidates locally.
Working on a process towards 2024 and giving independents options.
Bringing various political reform organizations together / Uniting forces to create a broader independent movement.
How to engage the issue of voting rights and empowerment without becoming another party.
Lobbying elected officials and media on issues that impact independents.
How to go beyond our divisions and differences and build something new.
The relationship between issues and changing the political system.
Racial justice and how to fight for political power.
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8. If you indicated interest in volunteering, please describe your experience in the areas you would like to volunteer for.
 

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9. (Optional)  By way of introduction, write a few sentences to share a little bit about yourself.
 

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Street Address

 

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Zip Code

 

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