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Over 75% of voters want maximum age limit for elected officials, poll shows

  • A recent poll showed that a large majority of voters, across all political parties, support age limits for those pursuing elected office. 77% of respondents agreed with the idea, and 74% of respondents over the age of 65 also preferred an age limit.
  • The proposed age limits varied, with 40% suggesting 70 years old and 25% suggesting 60 years old. The majority of respondents believed that having more young people in office would make politics better, with 47% suggesting this.
  • The poll also indicated that age limits had broad bipartisan support, with 71% of Democrats, 75% of Republicans, and 75% of independents in favor.
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