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@9RLB2D6Veteran from California answered…2 days

Yes , and other countries increase their financial contributions and reduce ours

@9QXZ4Y8Republican from Arizona answered…1mo

Yes - as long as all other NATO nations pay their share of the expences - no "free rdes" for anyone in NATO

@9QX9QLDConstitutionfrom Maine  answered…1mo

@9RBQLBNVeteran from Mississippi answered…2wks

@9QYM4NKAmericanfrom Guam  answered…1mo

Yes but we decrease the amount of money that we spend on NATO and other NATO's members should spend 2% of their GDP

@9P5T6Q5Working Family from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

Yes. It other countries need to increase their financial contributions

@9NYK3SFTranshumanist from Colorado answered…3mos

@9MB5XS6Republican from Indiana answered…3mos

@9M8KS8LLibertarian from North Carolina answered…3mos

Remain in NATO, but demand other countries increase contributions

@9LGHVR7Republican from Maryland answered…3mos

Nato should be recalibrated to meet the chinses heart and try to broker the enemy of my enemy is my friend deal with Russia since those two countries aren't the best of friends

@9LDDLZCLibertarian from Michigan answered…3mos

Yes but only if all countries contribute financially and militarily

@9KXGJGJVeteran from Michigan answered…3mos

No, not until other countries increase their financial contributions and our foreign bases are closed.

@9KLQHXFRepublican from California answered…3mos

Yes, but the other countries need to contribute their fair share financially.

@Anthony-CottoTranshumanist from Oklahoma answered…3mos

No, NATO is rapidly becoming obsolete should transition to bilateral defense pacts for future relations.

@9KFF9DZVeteran from Colorado answered…3mos

Yes. And insist other countries increase their financial commitment so the proportions are equal

@9KF8NFQLibertarian from Indiana answered…3mos

Yes, but all contributions to defense are equalized amongst members.

@9KBKNPCGreen from California answered…3mos

@9K85PPTVeteran from Colorado answered…3mos

@9JVJD5QWomen’s Equality from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

@9JS9KKGLibertarian from Iowa answered…3mos

Yes, but the United States should not be responsible for funding 50% or more of NATO's operating budget.

@9JFHCJPTranshumanist from Texas answered…3mos

@annie.boo1995Peace and Freedom from California answered…3mos

I don't have enough education on this topic to form an opinion.

@9HKLYC2Independent from Indiana answered…3mos

Don’t know enough about the inner workings of NATO to have a fully educated opinion.

@9HK94FRVeteran from Texas answered…3mos

@9HDJBDLLibertarian from Texas answered…3mos

Yes, but only if all countries meet the membership requirements

@Caleb-RailsbackConstitution from New York answered…3mos

No, not until other countries increase their contributions.

@9HBJC3VRepublican from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

Yes, but all countries should be held accountable for meeting their GDP requirement.

@9H9JBPJRepublican from Maryland answered…3mos

Yes and ensure other countries increase their financial contributions.

@Jennifer-Gundlac…Green from California answered…3mos

Yes. I believe we should remain in NATO and continue to help one another defend against authoritarianism and fascism. That said, it's been a while, and renegotiating terms should be on the table, and if a consensus can't be met, I see no problem leaving NATO and negotiating on independent terms with the various countries and entities that comprise it. It will sadly be more complicated and time-consuming, but it's important to ensure that nothing like WWII happens again in the world. And I think that is an idea worth pursuing forever.

@9H7DT2BWomen’s Equality from Missouri answered…3mos

@9H6NT9KSocialist from Ohio answered…3mos

Yes, however, NATO should deter its efforts from stopping Russian influence and intervention in the Middle East to instead focusing on the growing economic and political power, authoritarianism, and policies of ethnic genocide of China

@9GZPJHXLibertarian from North Carolina answered…3mos

Yes, but this should be put to a public referendum every 10 years.

@Emma-HuartLibertarian from Illinois answered…3mos

@9GQRJJYRepublican from Florida answered…3mos

yes but hold states accountable for their required financial contributions

@9GNX7PFVeteran from Connecticut answered…3mos

Yes but give a deadline to other countries to increase their financial contribution. Leave if no effort made.

@9GJZCZ6Green from Illinois answered…3mos

@9GFXBLCGreen from Oregon answered…3mos

@Joe-MadayIndependent from Washington answered…3mos

Yes, but other member states should live up the pact agreed to by member nations regarding percentage of GDP spending on military.

@9G4NJKBSocialist from New York answered…3mos

Like I said, I'm more concerned about our own domestic problems.


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