PP research shows stark opposition to reduction of tax relief.
Respondents believe there is a good spread of funds available under the 0.75% cap.
This week we want to know if the 0.75% charge cap makes it harder to offer a good auto-enrolment DC default fund and if asset managers need to be more innovative in the way they charge schemes.
Respondents say starting contributions from an earlier age will benefit workers at retirement.
Respondents criticised the party's pledge to allow women born in the 1950s to access the state pension early.
This week we want to know if it was right to introduce Freedom and Choice and how likely it is tax relief will be cut in the November Budget.
This week we want to know how successful you think auto-enrolment has been as we approach the fifth anniversary in October, and when the next significant financial crisis will be.
Most respondents were sceptical the dashboard could be delivered within two years
This week we want to know if you think the pensions dashboard will be ready to launch in 2019 and should boards assign one trustee the job of coordinating their scheme's cyber security policy.
The industry does not believe the government's proposed cold calling ban will impact on providers' confidence to contact members about the importance of savings.
This week we want to know if DB members should have a limited legal right to do a partial transfer and whether there has been enough innovation in the drawdown fund market since April 2015.
This week we want to know if it is correct to define professional trustees as those who promote themselves as having expertise in trustee matters to schemes they have no connection with.
This week we want to know if the current emergency tax code system for pension freedom withdrawals should be replaced to avoid over-taxation.
Most respondents believe raising it to 68 earlier than planned is good for the economy
This week we want to know how you rate Alan Rubenstein's performance at the lifeboat fund, following the announcement he will step down after eight years as chief executive.
Extending survivor benefits to unmarried partners would increase liabilities and be a lawyers' paradise according to PP research.
This week we want to know if the government should introduce a law to equalise benefits for cohabiting couples, and if the law balances the needs of shareholders and members.
Respondents say GMP equalisation is too complex, costly, and should be binned.
This week we want to know if mentoring trustees is an effective way to increase diversity on boards and whether GMP equalisation should be scrapped.
PP research shows sector believes investment consultancy should be probed.
This week we want to know whether you think pensions would be worse off if the government had never had a specific pensions minister.
Most respondents slam the idea and say all ministerial jobs should be mindful of intergenerational issues.
This week we want to know whether the UK needs an intergenerational equalities minister to tackle the gap between the young and old, and if the FCA's proposals on DB transfers go far enough.
The hung parliament means planned measures to mitigate scams will be kicked down the road, the industry has told PP.