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Anyone should be able to vote of they wish, but voting shouldn't be compulsory, or should be via topics not parties.

 @9FJHZ9Manswered…3 days3D

I believe it should be raised to 25 to allow the frontal cortex to develop and make rational and well - informed decisions. While I believe a voter shouldn't have to pass a test to gain eligibility to vote - we need more political awarness in schools. People should understand how to vote, understand their own values and be encouraged to critise and analyse political figure and separate what politicians say they'll do and what they actually do. Research their background and what company is supporting them. Voting needs to be taken more seriously than it is now.

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 @9FCVNM8One Nationanswered…1wk1W

People who want to vote can vote because then there will be less donkey votes making it more fair


any one under the age of 18 should be able to vote if i want it should not be mandatory


Not all citizens aged 16-18 have to vote however if they want to they should have to take a test to see if they are responsible enough.


People who contribute to society should be able to register to vote, provided that they are over 16.


Under 18's should be able to vote for a representative for children under 18, a person who advocates for children and school issues, ect




I believe that a similar test used in court to determine maturity for emancipation cases should be implemented for ages 14 and up. If you pass you can vote for that election. If not you wait until the next one and take another test until you turn 18 when it is no longer required.

 @9D2F7QYAnimal Justiceanswered…2mos2MO


Voluntary voting should be allowed but then compulsory voting from the age of 18.


yes but under 18s should be required to pass a basic test demonstrating their understanding of politics in order to vote


Yes, the voting age should be 16 and up with it being non-compulsory from the ages 16-18.


No, and raise the minimum age you can be to be taxed on income to 18.


It is should be lowered to the age of 16, but it is optional and not mandatory.


It should be lowered a bit because you are still old enough to vote however not too young that u make dumb decisions,


I think people should be able to vote after the second trimester of pregnancy



It should be lowered to sixteen after they are proved to be mature enough


Yes, along with real life education about what voting means and the ways in which our individual voice blends into that of the collective.....what I really want is real life education in schools. Children are very much more mature at 16 now than they were in previous generations.

 @99Z4Y5H from GU answered…6mos6MO

Yes, optional from 16, then mandatory from 18. voters should be required to pass a basic test demonstrating their understanding of politics in order to vote.


The voting age should be lowered to sixteen, only if the political system and the arguments for all parties are taught properly as part of school curriculum.



Yes, but it should be voluntary for under 18s, and they should be required to pass a basic test demonstrating their understanding of politics in order of vote



The voting age should be optional when you turn 16 and be compulsory when you turn 18.


I believe voting should be voluntary but the age required should stay the same


Yes, any citizen that pays taxes should be allowed to vote, but not compulsory at the lowered age


Yes, but introduce a maximum age at the same time (65) and require them to pass a basic test demonstrating their understanding of the voting system


make that stuff for 100 only man i anit doing that and my tax i not doing that either


Yes and voters should have adequate education on politics during school.


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