@9LLSB3NFree Democratic Partyfrom Maine answered…2yrs
Reduced. Quantity based on number of votes. Transparency enhanced.
@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...…5yrs
Yes, and funding should be proportional to the amount of votes they receive
No, funding should come from their members
Yes, but there should be more restrictions and transparency on how they spend the money
Yes, but only if all political parties receive the same amount
Yes, but the amount they currently receive should be reduced
@B37C5GTModerate Partyfrom New York answered…3mos
No, and there should be more restrictions and transparency on how they spend the money
@B2PXRCXRhinocerosfrom Maine answered…3mos
No, and political parties should be abolished
@9Z5XSL3Libertarianfrom Pennsylvania answered…6mos
If the Prime Minister, Senator, or House of Commons member chooses to privately support a party using their own money, then I don’t care.
@9X4WCGXSocial Democratic Partyfrom Indiana answered…9mos
No stance on this issue.
@9WCVF94Constitutional Democraticfrom Illinois answered…10mos
Yes only for parties that are in the diet
@9SHFM7LFelicityfrom South Carolina answered…1yr
there shouldnt be election
@9QWVP8YLeft Front from California answered…2yrs
Only if that money was used in an election, which also saw the end of all private donations during the said election.
Reduced current amount. Make it proportional to the number of votes received. Transparency should be enhanced.
Decrease funding, make it proportional to the number of votes received, and mandate enhaced transparency.
@9GBPM6DChristian Democratic Unionfrom Arizona answered…2yrs
No, and political campaigns should be publicly funded
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