I filled it in. It didn't mention (AFAICS) the forum as one way of having used CUK. So I added it.
I also added "Using a bike to get somewhere" as an option for how you use a bike (fitness, commuting etc). Shopping was offered. But I find it quite extraordinary that the primary reason for the existence of the bicycle wasn't mentioned (at least I didn't spot it). Today I have just got back from visiting family - part train, part bike. This is weird. Maybe it says something about how CUK views cycling. I hope not.
My over-riding response was that I felt sorry for CUK. I can see what they want to do and I understand that people's inertia is a barrier to cycling, so some encouragement is in order. But most of what they want to do is almost impossible in the face of implacable opposition from the motoring lobby and complete indifference, misunderstanding and outright hostility from government. So their aims are platitudes - or as someone said upthread, motherhood and apple pie. That doesn't make CUK pointless, far from it. These aspirations are laudable but unrealistic to the point of being misleading. Campaign it must, try it must, make lots of inputs it must: the efforts of CUK aren't wasted but this survey was wishful thinking. It reminded me of the cancer charities' campaigns: let's beat cancer in the nineties, er, soon etc.
When the pestilence strikes from the East, go far and breathe the cold air deeply. Ignore the sage, stay not indoors. Ho Ri Zon 12th Century Chinese philosopher