Where do you stand on road pricing?

by Stephen Tall on June 7, 2008

The Lib Dems’ new transport policies – and in particular the party’s support for road pricing compensated by cuts in VED and fuel duties – have certainly attracted a lot of comment on LDV.

And, as it stands, our poll to find out whether readers (who of course may or may not be Lib Dems) agree with the policy shows an exactly even divide: 50% are for, 50% against. So, if you’ve not yet had the chance to vote, don’t forget to look in the right-hand column, and make your choice.

In all the excitement of reading Fast Track Britain: Building a Transport System for the 21st Century I forgot to update the final results of our last poll, which asked:

Do you believe elected politicians should be subject to term-limits?

Here’s how LDV readers voted:

Yes, they should: 121 (37%) of all votes
No, they shouldn’t: 201 (61%)
Don’t know: 9 (3%)
Total Votes: 331. Poll ran: 20th May-3rd June 2008