The Great Pompey Survey - Match-day experience

It's time for the Fratton faithful to have their say on their Pompey match-day experience    Picture: Joe Pepler
It's time for the Fratton faithful to have their say on their Pompey match-day experience Picture: Joe Pepler
  • Today sees the launch of the second edition of our survey on all things Pompey
  • We want your views on all aspects of life with the Blues
  • Week two of a six-part series focuses on match-day experience
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Have your say

THE GREAT Pompey Survey is back for a second week.

And that means we want YOU to continue telling us everything about the club you love.

Last week you gave your overwhelming approval to the appointment of Paul Cook as the new Blues boss as you responded to our questions on events on the pitch.

A total of 825 people contributed to week one of the survey, with 705 (87.1-per-cent) backing Cook’s arrival in the hot seat.

Other interesting results showed that 47.1 per cent of you (387) felt Andy Awford should have departed earlier than his April exit and 83.2 per cent (681) thought the board’s play-off expectations were reasonable.

And over the next five weeks, The News will continue providing you with the platform to tell us about everything you appreciate – and maybe don’t like so much – about this famous, old football club.

We will then collect the data and report your thoughts, feelings and passion over life down at PO4 back to you.

And, crucially, the football club will be listening to what you have to say.

In this period of community ownership, Pompey are keener than ever to engage with supporters and listen to your thoughts.

This week it’s all about your Fratton Park match-day experience.

We want your thoughts on the subject by answering the 16 questions we have formulated on the topic.

You will be able to vote on week two’s topic until midday on Saturday.

Pompey fans are loud and vocal when following their team – now it’s time to make your voices heard again.

So, click here to activate our Great Pompey Survey.

Please note: You must have a google account to partake in our online-only survey.