More than two-thirds of Americans from across the political spectrum – 70 percent – would support introducing term limits for Members of Congress, including 68 percent of Democrats and over three-quarters of Republicans at 76 percent, according to a recent survey from Rasmussen Reports .
Only 15 percent of Americans would oppose such a step, comprised of 18 percent of Democrats and 13 percent of GOP voters. A further 15 percent told pollsters that they were not sure.
Rasmussen also asked the 1,062 likely U.S. voters: “How likely is it that Congress will vote to place meaningful term limits on members of Congress.” A total of 73 percent of Republicans and 67 percent of Democrats answered that it was unlikely, including 42 percent of both party bases answering “not at all likely.”
Less than one-quarter of GOP voters – 23 percent – believed it is likely, with 27 percent of Democrats concurring. […]
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Author: The National Pulse
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