About 65 per cent of the 219
respondents to last week’s caycompass.com online poll say they attend much
fewer or hardly any social, cultural or charity events compared to previous
By far the largest segment of
respondents – 103 people or 47 per cent – said they hardly attend any events
was never interested in social/cultural/charity events,” said one person.
much Camana Bay,” said someone else.
39 people – 17.8 per cent – said they attend much fewer events than they used
and food are just too expensive,” said one respondent.
reason seems to be I’m getting older,” said another person.
people – 16.4 per cent – said they attend just as many events now as they used
attend as many as I used to – none,”
said one person.
people – 11 per cent – said they attend more events than they used to and 17
people – 7.8 per cent – said they attend somewhat less events than they used
is tight, the cost of food/beverages has gone up and I don’t feel as safe at some
of these events as I used to,” said one person. “Thank goodness for cable TV.”
will still support the charities we personally believe in, and which are doing
the most good,” said another respondent.
Next week’s poll question:
do you feel about the proposed changes to immigration policy that would allow
the holders of certain positions in the financial services sector to obtain a
key employee designation automatically?
love the idea
hate the idea
like it, but I understand there are some drawbacks
don’t like it, but I realise it’s necessary
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