The Rights of Citizens: Banneker Center Survey #207
RESULTS
Economic Justice Survey

Results of February Survey
The Rights of Citizense

Thank you for providing your opinions. Here is what you said.



Should absolutely all citizens have the right to vote?

74% said definitely yes
14% said I think so
6% said I think not
6% said definitely no

Should citizens be required to vote?

14% said definitely yes
6% said I think so
33% said I think not
47% said definitely no

Should people who were born in a country have any different rights or privileges than those who become citizens of that country later in life?

14% said definitely yes
6% said I think so
27% said I think not
53% said definitely no

After a citizen is released from prison, should he or she have the right to vote?

80% said definitely yes
14% said I think so
0% said I think not
6% said definitely no

Should people be allowed to be citizens of more than one country?

40% said definitely yes
20% said I think so
13% said I think not
27% said definitely no

If a person is a citizen of no country, can that person be taxed by any government?

20% said yes
27% said no
53% said unsure

Should citizens have government-enforced priority over non-citizens when competing for jobs?

13% said definitely yes
6% said I think so
28% said I think not
53% said definitely no

If there's a medical emergency (earthquake, hurricane), should rescuers give citizens some priority over non-citizens?

14% said definitely yes
0% said I think so
22% said I think not
64% said definitely no



Thank you again for participating! Now you can go on to the March survey, on Voting and Vote Fraud, or
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