So there we have it ABAC are about creating biased surveys to challenge UKA.
Of course anyoen who saw their previous survey of clubs will have known this already, as it was a survey that fell below acceptable standards for even GCSE level data handling. As was pointed out at the time the number of respondents was missing, and in it's place was a list of the leagues the responding clubs belonged to, which was obviously there to create an impression that more clubs responded tha actually did. Why do I say that, well listing the number of clubs in the Midland Mens and Ladies leagues separately was an obvious sign of double counting, when in fact the league was a joint men's and women's league.
Questions were worded in a biased way and rather like the current survey the covering eleter could only have been designed by someone attemtpting to insure that all respondents agreed with ABAC.
Coupled with the recent abuse of statistics in their "factfinds", and continual abuse of those (and for some reason their clubs) who post on forums highlighting these far from "democratic" practices, this surely has to signal that ABAC are far removed from being open honest and transparent, and certianly a far cry from teh purposes for which they were originally set up.
It is unbelievable that an organisation that is openly creating biased figures with no regard for honesty, openess or tranparency has support (even if it is only 55 clubs nationwide less than 4% of the UKA registered clubs).