On his Twitter account, Congressman Raul Labrador wants to know what constituents think re: 5 important issues. But first he tells them what he thinks: "One of the best ways I can represent you in Congress is to know your views on the most important issues facing Idaho and America. There are many issues before Congress, including the economy, the budget, the debt ceiling, and the implementation of the new health care law. Please take my official 2014 congressional questionnaire so your voice can be heard. Thank you in advance. It's a pleasure to represent you in Congress." Survey here.
Question: Doesn't Labrador guide the responses but telling constituents what he thinks first?