Launching next week: YEP Voice of Leeds survey 2014 results

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Next week we will reveal the findings of the landmark YEP Voice of Leeds Survey 2014 - a real picture of what people think of life in the city.

Nearly 2,000 people chose to take part in the wide-ranging online and in paper survey, giving their views on issues like crime, transport, finance and leisure.

Now it’s time for the results.

We’ll be bringing the details, analysis and key interviews with a week-long series of special reports in the paper and online video packages starting Monday, October 20.

And we want to know what you think too.

You can add to the debate on social media and there will also be the chance to actually quiz the city’s decision makers.

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