24%
Yes
76%
No
13%
Yes
67%
No
5%
Yes, but only for those who do not pursue further education or employment
9%
No, service should be a choice instead of an obligation
3%
Yes, but with less focus on military training and more focus on education and skill development
3%
Yes, but only for those who are starting to build a criminal record
0%
Yes, and it should be at least two years of service

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 @58M8D8Vfrom Southampton answered…4yrs4Y

 @9CPQT8Yanswered…10mos10MO

Yes, but include other emergency and public services for those not wishing the military.

 @9L2X73Lanswered…2mos2MO

18-25 would be more appropriate, only for repeat offenders and it should be a shorter period of time e.g. six-eight weeks

 @9BSDGB4answered…1yr1Y

No, but everyone should be required to provide a year of service in either civil or military strands.

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