64%
Yes
36%
No
56%
Yes
28%
No
4%
Yes, term limits will increase performance and prevent corruption
5%
No, we already have term limits that are called “elections”
4%
Yes, and decrease their salary and retirement benefits
2%
No, officials gain valuable experience and become more effective representatives over time
0%
Yes, term limits for the House but not the Senate

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 @9NQ6886answered…2wks2W

If the limits were less then they could think in longer terms for the future instead of smaller stints like only four years

 @conorbruce answered…2wks2W

No, as i feel elections are good term limits but I do believe wages and benefits should be lowered for TD's

 @9NNM2CHanswered…2wks2W

No, but limit retirement benefits to only kick in when they reach retirement age, and remove benefits once they leave

 @9HM7ZJWanswered…6mos6MO

There should not be term limits. They should be tested in the cognitive abilities, Mental health, physicality and their past performance.

 @8LJFXMKanswered…4yrs4Y

One may be elected, however they should not receive multiple pensions

 @8CWNV9Janswered…4yrs4Y

Yes, but only after modernity has been completely eradicated from every institution by a populist leadership

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