The Greater Manchester General Election 2024 Survey... tell us how you feel about immigration, crime, the NHS, Brexit and Keir Starmer before you vote

-Credit: (Image: Manchester Evening News)
-Credit: (Image: Manchester Evening News)


On Thursday July 4, Britain will get to vote for the first time since 2019 on which party should lead the country.

Over the past five years we have witnessed unpreceded change, both at home and abroad. In this time Brexit has been ratified, Covid spread across the globe and war has gripped Ukraine following Russia's invasion.

The cost of living has spiked and conflict in the Middle East has intensified while a small boats crisis has gripped the English Channel.

Locally, Greater Manchester Police had to fight its way out of special measures, our skyscrapers continue to grow and Andy Burnham has sought to transform local public transport.

Meanwhile, with NHS waiting times being a major issue across the country, in Greater Manchester our health service is facing a £180million black hole of debt.

The MEN's Local Democracy Reporter Ethan Davies speaks to a voter -Credit:Manchester Evening News
The MEN's Local Democracy Reporter Ethan Davies speaks to a voter -Credit:Manchester Evening News

So with all this to consider, we want to hear from Manchester Evening News' readers on what issues will decide how you vote in the upcoming General Election. But we also want to hear about how you are feeling, and how an overwhelming past few years of events has changed how you live.

Take part in our survey below, or click here to get involved.