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Friday, 7 June, 2002, 10:16 GMT 11:16 UK
Your vote
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip
What do you think of the monarchy?

Now it's your chance to have your say about the future of the British monarchy.

As part of a live BBC debate, "Our Monarchy: The next 50 Years", we are giving you the opportunity to have your say about the British monarchy.

You can take part in our online survey by completing the questions below or by telephoning during the programme on BBC One at 2100 BST on Wednesday 12 June.

Digital Satellite viewers can also start voting today by pressing the red button on your remote control handset.

So go ahead, get voting and shape the debate.

Is the Monarchy out of date?
Yes
No
Undecided

Does the Monarchy cost the tax payer too much?
Yes
No
Undecided

Who should be the next head of state?
Prince Charles
Prince William
An Elected President
Undecided

Are you
Male
Female

How old are you?
19 or under
20 - 34
35 - 49
50 - 64
65 or over

Where do you live?
England
Wales
Scotland
Northern Ireland

Please enter your E-mail Address:


The BBC and the contractor assisting us to draw up the results of the survey will not use your email address and responses for any other purpose than this survey.

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