19%
Yes
81%
No
10%
Yes
75%
No
4%
Yes, but only to protect the country from human rights violations by a tyrannical ruler
6%
No, and we should not try to influence any other country’s elections or policy
3%
Yes, but only to address security threats, not monetary interests
2%
Yes, but only to influence public opinion, not tamper with a fair voting process

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 @8L5CPPS from Texas answered…4yrs4Y

No, we should not influence their elections like we don’t want them influencing ours

 @8JQ5G73 from Arkansas answered…4yrs4Y

Yes, but not monetarily during the elections, but through promises made if a preferred nominee is elected

 @8RBQDDP  from Vermont answered…4mos4MO

Yes, to promote our interests and democracy, protect the country from human rights violations by a tyrannical ruler, and address security threats

 @9KLLSFB  from Florida answered…4mos4MO

Yes, but only to address security threats, safeguard human rights, and as long as democracy is not impeded upon.

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