Voice your passion for living in Portsmouth

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READERS are being reminded to voice their opinions about Portsmouth.

As previously reported, The News is asking residents what they think of the waterfront city as part of the Passion for Portsmouth survey.

Last year more than 2,500 people took part and now we want to hear your views, whether it be good or bad, again.

Questions in the survey include how you like spending your time in Portsmouth and what springs to mind when you think of the city.

It also asks you to rate Portsmouth in terms of its roads and infrastructure, seafront, leisure and sport facilities and things that are on offer.

The survey, which was first set up last year and conducted by Shaping the Future of Portsmouth, also requires people to get their thinking caps on and say what they think could be done to improve the city they live in.

And we want you to tell us if and why you’re passionate about Portsmouth.

The results from this year’s survey will also give businesses and other organisations the chance to compare them with the ones from last time and see if changes have been made.

Either fill out the form online at surveymonkey.com/s/LZZXGD6 or post the one on p25 of Saturday’s edition of The News to The News Centre, London Road, Hilsea, PO2 9SX.