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@9XGMLW2Libertarian from California answered…2wks

We should leave that up to the social media companies themselves to decide on the individual level.

@9XFS2YPSocialist from Massachusetts answered…2wks

Depending on the political advertisements, such as far left or far right propaganda that harm our current political sense.

@9HC8H6JSocialist from California answered…1yr

I believe they should have fact checkers, and block all political advertisements that do not contain fully truthful statements.

@9HBL3WNWomen’s Equality from Ohio answered…1yr

No but if they're going to allow them they should allow them from all of the different sides not just from one specific party

@9HBCM8YWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…1yr

@9H97RJNWomen’s Equality from Arizona answered…1yr

@Pls-12345678Independent from North Carolina answered…1yr

Private social media companies should be able to do what they chose when it comes to political advertising.

@9XR5BNTTranshumanist from Oregon answered…1 day

@9XPW6QFRepublican from Kansas answered…2 days

@9XNVV6BReform from Nebraska answered…3 days

Yes, political advertising is aggravating and annoying (like all other advertising), but mainly it is fake news and misinformation.

@9XNL65HSocialist from Pennsylvania answered…4 days

No, but require all ads to be factual and not targeted to specific demographics or political leanings.

@9XLCXQQDemocrat from Florida answered…1wk

Depends on the the type of advertising. If it is just allowing ads to be played or shown, as long as both sides get equal screentime, yes. If not, no.

@9XKMGNVWomen’s Equality from Michigan answered…1wk

I feel it depends on the situation and what the advertising is being used for. For promoting yourself that would be fine, but to bash others on social media I don't think needs to be happening.

@9XHYR64Veteran from Michigan answered…1wk

As they are privately owned it's not up to us what the advertise. But there should be a filter to possibly limit political adverts.

@9H2K8DXWorking Family from Indiana answered…1yr

I feel like the owner of the account should have the option but should not be forced for either side.

@ColtongamRepublicanfrom Pennsylvania  answered…1yr

@9H24TV3Women’s Equality from Kansas answered…1yr

The government should not ban advertising within a private business, however, political advertisements should not be attacking other candidates, they should be informative.

@9GZT9BGLibertarian from Illinois answered…1yr

@9GZ5J5RWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…1yr

@9GXX4GWGreen from North Carolina answered…1yr

I feel like overly biased political ads should be limited. I would rather see factual information about candidates instead of ads solely created to bash the other candidate.

@9GXVK3HWorking Family from Kansas answered…1yr

No, if they are a platform they must allow political discourse to take place without favor to one or another.

@9GXV2CXWomen’s Equality from Colorado answered…1yr

It should be up to each company and then there should be a setting so people can turn it off if they wish

@9GXSHVLWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…1yr

Yes, but only for the 2 major parties and those who will show graphic content or use murdered victims to score political points. However, allow for political advertising for 3rd parties and independents considering they are at a disadvantage.

@9GXRTN7Green from Maryland answered…1yr

No, but claims made in political ads should be required to contain only verifiable facts.

@9GX5CYGPeace and Freedomfrom Maine  answered…1yr

No, however they should make sure all claims are factual and ads need to go through an approval process to make sure there are no false claims made

@9GWQS4RVeteran from Colorado answered…1yr

@9GW22C5Green from Connecticut answered…1yr

No, but only because it's impossible to get rid of astroturfing (fake grassroots advertising without formally taking out an advertisement from the organization)

@9GW8N9XWomen’s Equality from Nebraska answered…1yr

@9GW59MVLibertarian from Florida answered…1yr

Social Media companies are private businesses and I believe can advertise whatever they want as a private business.

@9GVYMYGLibertarian from Texas answered…1yr

@9GVY5GTTranshumanist from Colorado answered…1yr

@Peyton-WagnerSocialist from Missouri answered…1yr

@9GVGWYPConstitution from Florida answered…1yr

@9GVB6T6Democrat from Texas answered…1yr

Yes, but only if it is false. Social media companies should have fact checkers. If a person spreads lies, they should go to social media jain.

@9GTZB7HGreen from California answered…1yr

@9GTGCQ8Veteran from Texas answered…1yr

No they make a lot of money for that and it is their right to accept when a proposal is put down.

@9GT5YSXVeteran from New Jersey answered…1yr

@Jordan-RoskelleyWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…1yr

No, but have a very basic, fact checked, text only, preformatted template to promote what a candidate stands for. Info only.

@9GST4NLTranshumanist from Montana answered…1yr

the political advertising should be limited and there should be the same amount of adds granted to each political party. the companies should remain as much unbiased as possible.

@9GSPD8SVeteran from Kansas answered…1yr

Yes, but it has to be across the board and not the party they oppose like it is now!!!!

@9GS3GRHLibertarian from Kansas answered…1yr

@9GRJL3VGreen from Texas answered…1yr

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