There's not much Democrats and Republicans agree on these days but in a time where politicians are pretty universally unpopular there's a consensus across party lines about one thing- they want to keep their elected leaders moving.
69% of Americans support term limits for members of Congress with only 16% opposed. That includes 81% of Republicans, 73% of independents, and 57% of Democrats. That doesn't seem likely to happen any time soon but it's interesting how strong the sentiment is.
There's an even stronger consensus that the President should continue to be limited to two terms. 78% of voters would oppose a Constitutional amendment letting them serve longer with only 16% in support. Most of the support for that change seems to be coming from Obama voters who would like him to have the opportunity to stay longer. Those in favor of going back to the old system with no limitation voted for him 67-23 over John McCain last fall.
88% of Republicans, 84% of independents, and 65% of Democrats oppose changing the Presidential term limit.
These numbers are very consistent with the current throw the bums out mentality of the American electorate. Of course if they get a new set of bums they probably won't like those ones either, but there's always the hope that new leaders will bring better days.
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