Post-Pandemic Poll latest responses

I understand that a few visitors have had a problem accessing the full 7 questions in the Poll. I have tweaked the table below and hopefully it should now be OK. If for any reason it isn't then please use this alternative link to the 7 Poll questions. Alternative Poll link

A good early response to this Poll with over 40 entries in the first 24 hours. I can share with you the voting on the first section when we ask if it is time to give up on the 2020 season. The votes cast so far are ....

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A very high number of responses took advantage of the opportunity to add any concerns that members had about returning to bowling next month. Of the 40+ entries, 32 had added a comment and some of these are included below. The full voting outcome and all the comments will be posted online once the Poll concludes which will be on Wednesday.

You still have time to add your opinion by answering as many of the 7 questions as you wish in this Poll which is still open below.

We may be carefully edging towards a time where we get the all-clear to play some sort of competitive bowling but how prepared are you to return to the green? Lindley Lib bowler Martin Holt suggested holding a poll of bowlers to gauge what support there would be to a return to bowling this year. I thought that was a good idea so have set up a seven-question poll to test out bowler's reaction.

If the gates were suddenly open and your team started playing matches in July would you be ready to join in? The feeling seems to be that some people will be very reluctant to risk bringing an infection back into their homes through contact when bowling. Some people are blatantly campaigning to write this season off and have a fresh start in 2021.

We decided to ask our bowlers what their current thinking is around such matters. So we have started a short 7-question poll to learn how you are currently positioned as regards a return to normality.

Answer the seven questions below on life after the pandemic assuming that we resume competitive bowling in July which is questionable but let's assume that for now. Skip any questions you don't want to answer.

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