Try the political quiz

19k Replies

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@95FNLHX answered…3wks

no-invisting nather can day on month by back voting not allowed is entertainments and the record of medical or mental health back grid world forth. the trust odds inn need can lunch and eat more in less decrease can without walk or talking with green grass can votes blode and bloods

@958PC49 answered…4wks

Except for anyone who commited a violent or sexual crime should be able to vote if they will be released while the government they are voting for will be in power

@94R8MXL answered…1mo

most inseatig which theme is very powerfulness this can leave a marks with nationality and un credits which hamn come down the rightless is participated use in excuse criminal online basic and can never last the end of stable and knife attack with wellington of capital a women sentance towards busted marijuana and pee is crack the system a prime minister use a medication and medical theme is face charges and dis-charges with justice and shoplifting is not new zealand break down and increase bless and honesty somethings need take time operation surveillance footages backyards with walking or

@94D2FVW answered…2mos

@938987L answered…4mos

Yes, but only after completing their sentences, and with the exception of felons convicted of violent crimes.

@923PW9P answered…6mos

Yes, except for violent crimes, and they also should've completed their sentence

@8Y4FZGJ answered…10mos

Yes, and efforts should be made to expand and protect the rights of criminals, particularly incarcerated ones.

@8X7W3VN answered…11mos

@8WXQ87V answered…11mos

Yes, except felons that have been convicted of murder or violent crimes and other people have to complete their sentences and parole/probation.

@8TLR76Y answered…1yr

Yes, but this should be determined on a case-by-case basis, taking into account the nature of the offence they were convicted with, when they were convicted, how old they were when they were convicted, what has their behaviour been like since that conviction, what punishment did they receive etc.

@8T9VBRY answered…1yr

yes and no., since some criminal are innocent and some aren't and some has some mental problems. though you also gotta think that people have different opinion the may or may not be good for humanity.

@8T995CB answered…1yr

No, unless theyre pulling a kai anderson and boutta start a cult and cause genocide

@8T4N3WQ answered…1yr

Yes they should be allowed to vote but only if there crime isn’t very big

@8J8YSSJ answered…2yrs

Yes, if they have not committed violent or sexual crimes and have completed their sentence.

@8J5D5KG answered…2yrs

They didn't follow the law so why should they have the ability to help change it

@8HZWD5J answered…2yrs

@8HYP494 answered…2yrs

@8HVL9JC answered…2yrs

Yes, ones serving less than 10 years should, as well as those that are due to be released the year of the election

@8HTT4BZ answered…2yrs

Only if they’re serving sentences for less than a year and no serious crime (meaning rape, murder, harm ect).

@8HTNRH8 answered…2yrs

Umm I think we are misinterpreting the point, they are in prisons for a reason.

@8HSMMBQ answered…2yrs

Depending on the seriousness and how many times they have been to prison and why, they should and shouldnt

@8HRVQ9N answered…2yrs

Those who may be released during the next term should be able to vote

@8HRMG2C answered…2yrs

@8HNKB5Z answered…2yrs

Yes but only if they are out of parole withing that election period

@8HMQ3YH answered…2yrs

yes, but only after completing sentence and being assessed to make sure they know and understand the vote

@8HMHV47 answered…2yrs

probably no cause it a caused when they come out and might be dangerous

@8HLS56P answered…2yrs

@8HHJHLG answered…2yrs

If they are due to be released between voting and the next election


The historical activity of users engaging with this question.

Loading data...

Loading chart... 


Loading the political themes of users that engaged with this discussion

Loading data...