Try the political quiz

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@95MMRKS answered…1wk

They should regulate it, and standardise the amount that can be spent.

@95DM6DC answered…2wks

@938987L answered…4mos

@8Y3PPL6 answered…9mos

Yes, because not banning them increases the risk of social media companies being able to interfere and influence politics/elections.

@8XF4N37 answered…11mos

I now shown just for a fact the fake choices is means big ban for community service

@8VH229M answered…1yr

Yes, unless it is a specific group or page dedicated to the political party or person, the people coming across these groups or pages should also be aware of this

@8RLCK2J answered…2yrs

@8J97QQJ answered…2yrs

@8J6T7WV answered…2yrs

Social media should encourage everyone to take a questionnaire like this one to determine who they should vote for. The questionnaire should never be biased.

@8J2FBLH answered…2yrs

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@8H8BHR5 answered…2yrs

@8H77NTV answered…2yrs

No, but it should be obvious that is it an advertisement and regulated for false or misleading information

@8GR86R8 answered…2yrs

No, but it needs to be clearly labelled what is political advertising (not manipulating algorithms to show news stories that have a certain slant as a way of conditioning people to vote a certain way)

@8GP4GR5 answered…2yrs

No, but they should have an obligation to ensure it is not misleading

@8GKCY72 answered…2yrs

No - but there should be fact-checking, and if something is not true it should be obviously pointed out. That's tricky, but too many people are misinformed.

@8GDFK22 answered…2yrs

Put caps in the amounts that candidates can spend on their campaigns, rather than restrict the kind of media that they campaign on.

@8G8FTXV answered…2yrs

@8G7738J answered…2yrs

I think political parties would/should probably make that decision for them & not engage with politicking their messages through social media - this could potentially make them more vulnerable to nasty/personal attacks from the "faceless" public & in doing so dilute the impact of their initial message which was probably presented in a sincere & truthful manner.

@8FS4WR7 answered…2yrs

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@8CX37KC answered…2yrs

No as long each political ad is vetted to hold correct information

@8CCR7DK answered…2yrs

Social media is just another platform to be heard and it’s not going away anytime soon, I fact it’s only going to get worse, we have to learn to read between the lines and see it for what it’s become

@8CBZCDF answered…2yrs

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