THE results of the Argyle supporters' close season survey - the largest annual assessment of the Pilgrims' progress, on and off the field - are released today.
More than 900 members of the Green Army answered up to 65 questions on their Argyle likes and dislikes as well their perceptions of the club from top to bottom.
Argyle chief executive Martyn Starnes said: "We are very grateful to John Lloyd and the Argyle Fans Trust for again organising this annual survey, and we appreciate the time that the Green Army have devoted to answering the questions. It is a fantastic effort, all round.
"We are extremely fortunate to receive such comprehensive year-on-year feedback from our fanbase. The scope of the questions and the large number of respondents means the survey can be seen truly as a definitive benchmark of fans' thoughts and feelings.
"After a first reading of this year's survey, we are encouraged by many of the findings while we also understand there are some areas in which we fall short of expectations.
"We will now fully study the results and take on board all its findings. Where we need to, and where we are able, we will act on that feedback to improve supporters' experience of the club, especially on match-days."