Gallup: 75% Would Vote ‘For’ Term Limits on Congress

Michael W. Chapman

A new poll shows that 75 percent of U.S. adults, if given the opportunity, would vote for term limits for members of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

In the poll, conducted by Gallup, 1,013 adults, age 18 and older, from all 50 states were asked, “Suppose that on Election Day you could vote on key issues as well as candidates. Would you vote for or against a law that would limit the number of terms which members of Congress and the U.S. Senate can serve?

The survey showed that 75 percent would vote “for” term limits; 21 percent would vote “against” term limits; and 5 percent had no opinion.

The political breakdown of those in favor of terms limits was 82 percent Republican, 79 percent Independents, and 65 percent Democrats.

In the age categories, they were all close, varying only between 73 percent and 77 percent…

The article continues at CNSNews.

From this week’s Rasmussen Reports:

65% See Gun Rights As Protection Against Tyranny

49% Are Not Willing To Pay More to Fight Global Warming

At Breitbart: Backfire: Obama Approval Plummets During Gun Push From another Gallup poll.


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