You’ve also expressed strong support for national price campaigns such as Twenty is Plenty and Share TV Wealth, and for reform to the way the game is run to give supporters more formal representation at club level.
Club owners ENIC can take encouragement from the number of you who think the Club is being run well, but there’s criticism of the quality of communication and some blunt views expressed about previous decisions taken.
And atmosphere, both at the current White Hart Lane and the new stadium, remains a major concern for many of you.
Initiatives the Trust has pushed for, including cheaper prices for home cup games and a new annual meeting to report back to fans, drew strong support, and we are particularly pleased that so many of you think we are not only campaigning on the right issues, but doing so in the right way.
While this is gratifying, we’re not going to rest on our laurels. We know there is still much work to be done, particularly with the new stadium on the way. We’d like to thank so many of you for taking the time to fill the survey in, particularly after the previous ground share mini-survey. It’s important for us to get your feedback, and this helps us decide our priorities for the coming year.
The full survey findings can be read below. Thanks to member Brinley Clark for his sterling design work.
Most importantly, once you’ve read the survey results, tell a non-member about our work and get them to join. It costs just £10 a year.