Trafford Council is planning to make £24m of cuts in 2015-16, with more to come in future years. Plans could see hundreds of jobs cut, children's and youth centres closed, a third of school crossing patrols scrapped and a £700,000 cut to the library budget. 
For the past four years, Trafford Council has taken the decision to freeze Council Tax. However, some residents disagree with this approach and would rather see Council Tax increase and the money used to make the cuts less deep. We want to know what proportion of other residents share this view.
We only have two questions to ask you. Before asking them, we have provided a bit of detail on the implications of increasing Council Tax, and how much you would pay per year for a raise of between 1.99 - 10%. Please bear with us as the questions are actually very simple!