Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0
As the debate over age and leadership continues, a thought-provoking issue emerges concerning the retirement age of lawmakers. Some argue that setting an age limit for public officials, particularly those over 80 years old, could lead to more dynamic representation and fresh perspectives in governance. On the other hand, opponents emphasize the value of experience and wisdom that comes with age. To better comprehend public sentiment, this poll seeks your opinion on whether lawmakers over 80 years old should be mandated to retire from their positions.
They should not be forced.