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@9VG9KGFLiberal Democrat answered…7mos

No, but there should be a disclaimer about potential biases

@9MN9RH9Green answered…1yr

No but it should only be allowed if it conforms to a pre-agreed code based around accuracy of information & be policy based

@9ZHWHTBLiberal answered…4 days

No, but there should be more oversight from the AEC on truth in political advertising and increased penalties.

@9ZB25DSLabor answered…2wks

no, but social media companies need to provide more clarity around their algorithms

@9YVB9LZLabor answered…2mos

No but there should be a cap on how much parties can spend on advertising.

@9YV99B4Socialist Alliance answered…2mos

Social media companies should be able to ban political advertising.

@9YPSTZVScience answered…2mos

No, but ads should be fact checked and exclude disinformation

@9YNPXVBLiberal Democrat answered…2mos

Yes. I don't agree with it, but I believe it's a private companies right to choose what content is on their platform.

@9YNH95QGreen answered…2mos

No, but when it comes to forcing political opinions on others that's when it should be deleted.

@9XWWK87Independent answered…3mos

Yes, it should be up to the people and to not be influenced by political advertising.

@9XMK8MCUnited Australia answered…3mos

No, social media companies should not ban or censor and speech.

@Yods08Nationals answered…4mos

Yes. We do not want a Trump like protest here in Australia.

@9WFLJ8SAnimal Justice answered…5mos

Give the person the option to choose whether they like to see this form of advertising

@9WD7LH5Independent answered…5mos

No, but allow greater oversight of the aec on social media companies

@9W6N7KRLiberal answered…5mos

@9VTMYG3Liberal National answered…5mos

Social media companies should not ban feedom of speech except racial hate speech. Social media platforms like farcebook are a disgrace!

@9VTMYG3Liberal National answered…5mos

Social media companies should ban feedom of speech except racial hate speech. Social media platforms like farcebook are a disgrace!

@9VQGWCLReason answered…6mos

@IOXSIndependent answered…6mos

Yes, but only for paid advertising and undisclosed promotion by the social media company.

@9VLBC5YScience answered…6mos

No, instead they should be encouraged to advertise less known parties that are often looked down upon

@9VL9GRRArts Party answered…6mos

Social media companies should ban advertising of far-right and Fascist parties.

@9VJTGV8Nationals answered…7mos

Social media companies are too powerful and are censoring free speech. They should NOT be allowed to choose who advertises or who can't.

@ViscusLabor answered…7mos

No, however it should be objectively true information that is advertised.

@9VC8WVNLiberal answered…7mos

no, but there should be strict limits on what they can post and how often

@9TBJKDMGreen answered…9mos

Political advertising should stop when it is close to election day.

@9S6K8LKGreen answered…11mos

No, but they should create and enforce regulations to stop the spread of misinformation

@9S57ZZGScience answered…11mos

Only if it is false advertising. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez pointed out the flaws in the current Facebook policies allowing political leaders to falsely provide voting dates to communities who may vote on the opposition to them.

@9RN4SWXGreen answered…12mos

political advertising on social media should be regulated, have disclaimers, and fact checking - but by an independant organization from the government and the company.

@9QG46MNGreen answered…1yr

@9J2NVM4Reason answered…1yr

No, but the ads need to be entirely factual and not just a lame dig at other political parties.

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