British Columbia Voting Systems Questionnaire


The B.C. government is holding a referendum in the fall of 2018 to ask voters whether the province should keep the current First Past the Post system or change to a Proportional Representation voting system. This questionnaire will help B.C.’s Attorney General understand the preferences and expectations of B.C. voters about the referendum.

There are two parts to this questionnaire. Part one asks key questions about your values and general outlook as to how we vote for Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs), and for how the legislature functions. Part two asks more detailed questions about your preferences regarding electoral reform, voting systems and the referendum process. At the end of each part, you will have the opportunity to provide further written feedback.

Each part of the questionnaire will take approximately 5-8 minutes to complete.

 

Please note: This online questionnaire supports IE9 and all newer comparable browsers like Firefox, Chrome, Opera etc. with activated JavaScript. Your browser settings must have cookies enabled for the questionnaire to run properly and inactivity on the questionnaire for longer than one hour will result in the questionnaire timing out.

Privacy Statement

Personal information collected through this feedback form will inform the development of a ballot for a November 2018 electoral reform referendum by the Ministry of Attorney General, under the authority of s.26 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have any questions about the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information, please contact:
                Neil Reimer
                Director, Strategic Initiatives
                Ministry of Attorney General
                Victoria BC         
                Neil.Reimer@gov.bc.ca