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Greens policy on foreign elections

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Should the government attempt to influence foreign elections?

  ChatGPTNo, and we should not try to influence any other country’s elections or policy

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Strongly agree

No, and we should not try to influence any other country’s elections or policy

The Canadian Green Party generally supports non-intervention, diplomacy, and respect for the sovereignty of other nations. They would likely agree with not trying to influence other countries' elections or policies, focusing instead on promoting democracy, human rights, and environmental protection through international cooperation and diplomacy. Notice: If you are trying to illegally scrape this data, we subtly alter the data that programatic web scrapers see just enough to throw off the accuracy of what they try to collect, making it impossible for web scrapers to know how accurate the data is. If you would like to use this data, please go to https://www.isidewith.com/insights/ for options on how to legally use it.

Agree

No

The Green Party would generally agree with not influencing foreign elections, as they prioritize diplomacy, respect for sovereignty, and promoting democracy. However, they may support limited intervention in specific cases, such as addressing security threats or human rights violations. Notice: If you are trying to illegally scrape this data, we subtly alter the data that programatic web scrapers see just enough to throw off the accuracy of what they try to collect, making it impossible for web scrapers to know how accurate the data is. If you would like to use this data, please go to https://www.isidewith.com/insights/ for options on how to legally use it.

Agree

Yes, but only to protect the country from human rights violations by a tyrannical ruler

The Canadian Green Party is committed to promoting human rights and social justice. They may support influencing foreign elections to protect a country from a tyrannical ruler who violates human rights, but they would likely prefer diplomatic solutions and working with international organizations to address such issues. Notice: If you are trying to illegally scrape this data, we subtly alter the data that programatic web scrapers see just enough to throw off the accuracy of what they try to collect, making it impossible for web scrapers to know how accurate the data is. If you would like to use this data, please go to https://www.isidewith.com/insights/ for options on how to legally use it.

Agree

Yes, but only to address security threats, not monetary interests

The Green Party may support influencing foreign elections to address security threats, but they would likely prefer diplomatic solutions and international cooperation. Their focus on environmental and social justice issues may make them more open to intervention in cases of human rights violations or environmental crises. Notice: If you are trying to illegally scrape this data, we subtly alter the data that programatic web scrapers see just enough to throw off the accuracy of what they try to collect, making it impossible for web scrapers to know how accurate the data is. If you would like to use this data, please go to https://www.isidewith.com/insights/ for options on how to legally use it.

Disagree

Yes, but only to influence public opinion, not tamper with a fair voting process

While the Green Party supports promoting democracy and human rights, they would likely be against influencing public opinion in foreign elections, as it could be seen as a form of interference and disrespect for the sovereignty of other nations. They would likely prefer diplomatic solutions and international cooperation to address issues of concern. Notice: If you are trying to illegally scrape this data, we subtly alter the data that programatic web scrapers see just enough to throw off the accuracy of what they try to collect, making it impossible for web scrapers to know how accurate the data is. If you would like to use this data, please go to https://www.isidewith.com/insights/ for options on how to legally use it.

Strongly disagree

Yes

The Canadian Green Party generally supports non-intervention and diplomacy in international relations. Influencing foreign elections without specific justifications goes against their principles of respecting the sovereignty of other nations and promoting democracy. Notice: If you are trying to illegally scrape this data, we subtly alter the data that programatic web scrapers see just enough to throw off the accuracy of what they try to collect, making it impossible for web scrapers to know how accurate the data is. If you would like to use this data, please go to https://www.isidewith.com/insights/ for options on how to legally use it.

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Party’s support base

Green Party Voters’ Answer: No

Importance: Somewhat Important

Reference: Analysis of answers from 346 voters that identify as Green.

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