Try the political quiz

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@93VBMTH from Maine answered…7mos

@4SR2B9H answered…7mos

Nobody should vote. Those that vote for a leader shouldn't get to pick who leads them

@chneljm from New Hampshire answered…7mos

@84B5HVV from Connecticut answered…8mos

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

Yes, but only after living in the country for between 5 - 10 years, and even then, they will only be allowed to vote only in local elections, until they become full-fledged citizens of the United States

@8TMFV7P from Georgia answered…8mos

Individual States and localities should be able to decide for themselves

@8YFCYTS from California answered…9mos

Yes, they should be allowed to vote if they intend to live in the US for an extended period of time

@92WX6NZ from Illinois answered…9mos

@92W2BGF from Ohio answered…9mos

Yes, If you are a legal citizen then you should have the right to vote.

@92MRDHD from Tennessee answered…9mos

Yes, if they plan to live in the United States for 4 years or more

@92DC6RN from Pennsylvania answered…10mos

Yes, if they pay their taxes, were a citizen long enough, and were investigated in case of crime or connected to terrorists.

@8ZVHNFT from North Carolina answered…11mos

Yes because it may in the future affect them based on who they chose.

@8ZDTRL7 from Georgia answered…11mos

Yes, but only after living in the country for 10 years and pays for taxes

@8PWXW4S from Oregon answered…12mos

Yes, unless they have murdered that's not in self defense, or committed a violent crime

@8YW4MHH from Connecticut answered…1yr

Yes, anyone who pays taxes should have the right to vote

Yes, if they are legal citizens. All taxpayers deserve the right to vote.

@8YMZ879 from California answered…1yr

@8PWXW4S from Oregon answered…1yr

Yes, unless they have murdered not in self defense, or committed a violent crime

@8Y4RVFN from North Carolina answered…1yr

@88NZKDZ from New York answered…1yr

Yes, anyone who pays taxes, lives, or works here should be able to vote. But, if it is just for work or temporary citizenship, it should only be for local elections.

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Yes, they should, but only if they're permanent residents or after becoming legal citizens.

@8XT29L4 from Illinois answered…1yr

No, only legal citizens should be allowed to vote; therefore, the path to becoming a legal citizen should be made a WHOLE LOT EASIER. It's not a racial issue, those who make it one are the real rascists- just watch "how to become a tyrant" on netflix. What I mean by "a WHOLE LOT EASIER" is quite radical and socialist, even with the democratic party being that way A LOT: Pressure other countries which are poor and causing poor helpless immigrants to migrate here the illegal way (without IDENTIFICATION, that's al illegal means in immigration terminology! Just do a few internet searches on

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Yes, they should, but only if they're permanent residents or after planning to become legal U.S. citizens.

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Yes, but only if they're permanent residents or after they become legal citizens.

@8XQ8B59 from South Carolina answered…1yr

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Yes, but only if they're permanent residents or planning to become legal citizens.

@8XHK4RR from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

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Yes, but only if they are permanent residents or planning to become legal citizens.

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Yes, but only if they are permanent residents or planning to become legal citizens

@8XCJY2Y from Kansas answered…1yr

@JohnnyMarsz from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Yes, but grant them immediate legal citizenship in order to have that right.

@8X8VVMH from Alabama answered…1yr

@8WVKGF4 from Georgia answered…1yr

This is a difficult question to answer, it really depends. It's a harder question that needs more thought and time.

@8WQT4F6 from Oklahoma answered…1yr

@8WQMMKL from Oklahoma answered…1yr

Yes, but only if they're planning to stay in the U.S and after they've lived in the U.S for a while

@8WN8S6W from Arkansas answered…1yr

@8WCTWT2 from Washington answered…1yr

Yes, but only if they have become legal citizens and have lived here for more than 10 years.

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Yes, but only if they're permanent residents or after they planning to become U.S. citizens

@8VTBF8J from Alabama answered…1yr

No, our constitution gives rights to foreigners, but one of those rights isn't voting. Voting should only be given to citizens. Voting allows citizens to dictate what they want their country to do or who they wish to represent them. Foreigners don't need to decide what we do with our country, and immigrants who are not naturalized should become a citizen if they wish to see the country they wish to call home change in their favor.

@8WCQKS2 from Texas answered…1yr

@8WBK4V7 from Oregon answered…1yr

Yes anyone living in America should be able to vote, they are effected by the laws and policies just as much as citizens and therefor should have a say

@8WB2PR8 from Massachusetts answered…1yr