I just did the survey, giving neutral or meaningless responses just to check out the questions.
You have had the response of the moderation team already and found it useful... but from a personal (and respondent view) I would say the following:
I agree with Himtoo that you possibly haven't fully grasped the system in this country, where T2s are normally managed by their General Practitioner. Knowing something of the US system, due to belonging to some international forums and having friends and family who are US residents, our GPs perform different roles to those in the US. Without going into long winded detail, at least one GP in each practice will have had extra training to deal with diabetes issues. A T2 will only be referred to a specialist (Endocrinologist) if there is something unusual about their presentation or they develop complications, so Q5 regarding how long it takes to be referred cannot be answered with any degree of accuracy and if the response was "never" or 10 years, it doesn't necessarily mean our system is failing or negligent.
Q3 about the education given to the public is difficult to answer because actually they give out plenty of information and education. BUT... in common with the US system, most of the information is at the least misguided, if not downright wrong. Ditto Q9 about prevention. Our advice given is much along the same lines as the ADA stance regarding the "healthy diet" which is actually far from healthy.
Throughout the survey I found it impossible to give an accurate and true answer to any of the questions without misrepresenting what "good" should be.