Phil Noble’s SC New Democrats are trying to figure out the future of their party (if it has one in SC), so they’ve sent out a survey to the faithful.
Somehow, I got a copy, too:
1,500 SC Democrats have had their say. Have you?
Since we emailed you on Friday, over 1,500 people have completed our “What’s Next” survey. That’s 1,500 SC voters ready and eager to change the game and get Democrats back on the road to victory.
We’re certainly thrilled with the response, but we still really want to hear from you.
It only takes about 5 minutes. Will you take the survey right now?
In less than a month, Nikki Haley will take the oath of office and become this state’s next governor, and for the first time in a long while, no Democrats will hold statewide office, which makes it all the more important that Democrats step up and project a clear vision for our state.
Help us build that vision. Join 1,500+ across the state and the survey now.
We’ll be taking a look at the results this weekend and will report back with the findings.
We can’t wait to hear from you,
South Carolina New Democrats
I went ahead and filled it out, knowing I’d probably skew the results. For instance, when it asked, “What do you think that Democrats in South Carolina do POORLY?” I answered, “Everything. Which is fine by me, because I don’t like parties. Actually, the Dems’ fecklessness sort of endears them to me. Nothing worse than a well-organized political party.”
And some questions, I just didn’t know how to answer. For instance, when the survey asks:
Which best describes your opinion of the Democratic Party in South Carolina?
… what am I supposed to say? I mean, I don’t WANT the party to do better. I want it, and the Republican Party, to go away. But I chose the second option as the closest to my opinion. I mean, if it really DID get “fundamental change,” it wouldn’t be what it is anymore, would it?
Anyway, y’all should help them out and take the survey. After all, some of you are actually Democrats…