GOP survey on Trump agenda redirects to fundraising pitch

President-elect Donald Trump wants your opinion. And then he wants your money.

A recent GOP web survey asking the importance of various initiatives that have been mentioned by Trump redirects the user to a page asking for contributions when the person tries to record their votes.

“Your response will help set our agenda for the first 100 days of our presidency,” the donate section of the website says. “Now please consider making a contribution to sustain our movement.”

Users can also make a monthly recurring donation.

The money goes to the Trump Make America Great Again Committee, which the website says is “a joint fundraising committee composed of Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. and the Republican National Committee.” Proceeds were slated to be allocated to the 2016 general election and the RNC’s operating account, but with November’s election in the rearview mirror it’s unclear how funds will be used.

A Trump spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The 29-question “100-Day Plan of Action Survey” asks how significant numerous campaign pledges are to the voter. These include: “Begin constructing the wall along the Southern border,” “Announce our official withdrawal from the TPP,” and “Introduce plan to defeat ISIS.”

Those taking the survey can select “no opinion,” “not important,” “somewhat important” or “highly important” for each item on the list.

The "100-Day" survey appears to be just the latest of several GOP surveys, according to Legal Insurrection, which also linked to surveys on the presidential debates and mainstream media accountability.