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Liberals policy on criminal politicians

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Should a politician, who has been formerly convicted of a crime, be allowed to run for office?

  ChatGPTYes, as long as they have finished serving their sentence

Liberals answer is based on the following data:

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Strongly agree

Yes, as long as they have finished serving their sentence

The Liberal party would likely agree with this statement, as it aligns with their general support for rehabilitation and reintegration of individuals with criminal records. Allowing individuals who have served their sentence to run for office demonstrates a belief in the possibility of redemption and the importance of giving people a second chance. 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, as long as the crime was not committed while in office

The Liberal party might agree with this statement, as it allows for the possibility of rehabilitation and reintegration while also recognizing the importance of maintaining public trust in elected officials. By excluding crimes committed while in office, they would be sending a message that such behavior is not acceptable for politicians. 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, as long as it was not a felony, violent, financial, or sexual crime

The Liberal party might somewhat agree with this statement, as it allows for the possibility of rehabilitation and reintegration while also recognizing the importance of maintaining public trust in elected officials. However, they might argue that the specific exclusions listed (felony, violent, financial, or sexual crimes) are somewhat arbitrary and do not necessarily capture all types of crimes that could be relevant to a politician's fitness for office. 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.

Slightly agree

Yes

The Liberal party might somewhat agree with this statement, as they generally support rehabilitation and reintegration of individuals with criminal records. However, they would likely have some reservations about allowing all convicted criminals to run for office without any restrictions. 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.

Slightly disagree

No, and disallow politicians that are under investigation for a crime

The Liberal party might slightly disagree with this statement, as they generally support due process and the principle of 'innocent until proven guilty.' Disallowing politicians under investigation for a crime could be seen as a violation of this principle. However, they might also recognize the potential harm to public trust if a politician under investigation were to be elected. 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

No

The Liberal party would likely disagree with this statement, as they tend to support rehabilitation and reintegration of individuals with criminal records. They may believe that a blanket ban on all convicted criminals running for office is too harsh and does not take into account the circumstances of each case. 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

Liberal Party Voters’ Answer: No

Importance: Somewhat Important

Reference: Analysis of answers from 22,719 voters that identify as Liberal.

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