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Data includes total votes submitted by visitors since Oct 11, 2015. For users that answer more than once (yes we know), only their most recent answer is counted in the total results. Total percentages may not add up to exactly 100% as we allow users to submit "grey area" stances that may not be categorized into yes/no stances.
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Yes and because they are supposed to be representing Canada and All Canadians they should be able to be fired & be held legally responsible if at any time they don't represent all Canadians equally ... 8 months ago from a Green in Calgary
If the pm is doing very well serving his/her countrymen. Why give a limit. Good governance shouldn't be stop by "politics". 10 months ago from a New Democratic in Mississauga
Only for the Liberals because they have no idea how to run a country other then into the ground, and no way in Hell should Quebec-qua be able to run in Federal politics unless they have a party in every province. 11 months ago from a Conservative in Westlock
No limit. I think it's up to the people to decide. If people like their leader, they should be able to vote them back in. 1 year ago from a New Democratic in Warman
There should be no prime ministers, a responsible government in my opinion would be working toward the elimination of prime ministers. 1 year ago from a Green in Toronto
Term limits for all MP's not just the PM. 1 year ago from a Liberal in Bowden
No but government parties need to be held responsible and accountable for their parties actions. Prime ministers or any political employees should be able to be fired by vote of Canadian citizens. 1 year ago from a Liberal in Edmonton
Yes, if the P.M. is doing a good job, then being re-elected for another term should be possible time & time again. I do not agree that our tax dollars should be allowed to be spent on election campaigns. 1 year ago from a Liberal in Warman
I don't believe they should have a full pension after a term. The cuts back needs to start in this areas of taxe payers money. 1 year ago from a Conservative in Gander
2 year terms and limited to 5. So they could be in office for 10 years max. 1 year ago from a New Democratic in Surrey
Two terms but retire after age 67. 1 year ago from a Conservative in Dawson Creek
Two majority government terms. 1 year ago from a Liberal in Winnipeg
Current circumstances make it yes, but did not seem necessary previously. 1 year ago from a Green in Windsor
Length of term should be set, not number of terms. 1 year ago from a Liberal in Ottawa
No. We operate under a Parliamentary system - not a Republic. 1 year ago from a New Democratic in Ottawa
No, but there should be more control over the powers of the PM. And Omnibus bills a la the USA should be disallowed. No more tucking bad policies into otherwise good bills. And Party Solidarity has turned into and Oligarchy with Harper. There should... 1 year ago from a Liberal in London
No, they should stay as long as the people demand. 1 year ago from a Liberal in Yellowknife
Should be able to get a consensus and bring to a vote at any time. 1 year ago from a Communist in Weyburn