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Keith Simpson, MP for Broadland, said the initiative was still in its infancy and believed public perception could change. He said: "The Big Society, as David Cameron said on Monday, is a big project.
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"It's as much as anything else about changing people's way of thinking about how we deliver services for our local communities.
An Evening News survey found people remained largely uninspired by the prospect of working together to provide community services as the country battles through tough times.
"I don't like David Cameron, I don't trust him. It's just privatisation again with a slightly more humane face than when the last Tory government did it".
And just 25pc of people said the idea of the Big Society would be likely to lead to them to take on more community responsibility in the future.
But he warned the Big Society should not be used to dress up volunteering as an acceptable substitute for professional social workers.
The remaining 75pc said they either did not have enough time, did not feel it was up to them, or were already volunteering long before Mr Cameron came up with the idea.
And while more than a third of the 185 respondents were willing to give the Big Society a chance, few were likely to run out and start giving up their time for free to help it succeed.
But Kim Bales, of Coltishall, said the Big Society had already inspired her to give more of her time to her community.
But Jeremy Bartlett, of Norwich, said: "It is a cynical PR exercise that is incompatible with the severe cuts that the ConDem government is implementing, which hit society's most vulnerable people."
In support of Mr Cameron's initiative, Neil Mickleburgh, 26, of Costessey, near Norwich, said: "People need to be given greater choice in what is happening in their local area and have the power to do something about it. I don't think it's just about volunteering."
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The initiative, which the prime minister described as his "mission" in office, received a mixed response in Norfolk and Waveney. Just 39pc of respondents to the survey said they backed the idea of the Big Society and 59pc said they did not, or could not, support it.
a chance to turn things back to possibly a hundred years when local communities actually were local communities and not totally dependent on other people to tell them what to do."
Only 9pc of respondents said they had taken on voluntary work as a result of Mr Cameron's rallying call.
The results of the survey come just two days after Norfolk County Council agreed its toughest ever budget in an attempt to plug a 155m budget shortfall over the next three years.
Peter Marshall, 44, of Cromer, said: "I think making people redundant and expecting other people to fill their places by volunteering is a bit of a cheek."
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