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@9RBQLBNVeteran from Mississippi answered…2wks

Yes, based on information that has come to light in the past 4 years, even allies aren't to be trusted.

@9RCSPC8Democrat from Minnesota answered…2wks

Yes we should keep doing this so that we know about any nuclear advances before its too late.

@9QSTXY9Peace and Freedom from Idaho answered…2mos

Yes, but only under reasonable suspicion that its allies are harboring or supporting terrorists

@9N6MCMSDemocrat from Tennessee answered…3mos

@9N37YV7Peace and Freedom from Maryland answered…3mos

@9N2VG54Democrat from Iowa answered…3mos

@Marie-MillerPeace and Freedom from Missouri answered…3mos

@9MTVTVTPeace and Freedom from California answered…3mos

The U.S. and its allies should be transparent with the information they gather through surveillance.

@9MTNJHWDemocrat from Connecticut answered…3mos

@9MMVMVTVeteran from Idaho answered…3mos

Yes, but we have to let the countries know what is happening and we have to have their permission.

@9LN62WHWomen’s Equality from New York answered…3mos

Yes, but ONLY if we have a reasonable belief of a terroristic threat

@9LGHVR7Republican from Maryland answered…3mos

Are they are allies as in friends and trustworthy or allies because of fellow interests.

@9L3HRJMWomen’s Equality from Tennessee answered…3mos

the possibility should always be there but until there is proof of terrorism threats it should not be used.

@nicolevortizPeace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…3mos

@9KF6FHHWomen’s Equality from West Virginia answered…3mos

I think it's best to discuss this with our allies before making the decision individually.

@9KB673RTranshumanist from Minnesota answered…3mos

Yes, but far more carefully now that the cat is out of the bag

@9JS8B4QDemocrat from California answered…3mos

@9JKTS9MGreen from Virginia answered…3mos

No. If we are surveying our allies, are they really allies?

@9JJDCQJDemocrat from Wisconsin answered…3mos

@9JFMYR4Republican from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

Yes, but the NSA is corrupt and ineffective and needs to be reformed.

@9JFHCJPTranshumanist from Texas answered…3mos

@Mike-GrinbergVeteran from Minnesota answered…3mos

Only if there is probable cause of suspected terrorist activity

@9J8TLH9Democrat from New York answered…3mos

Yes, because our allies likely have similar programs for surveilling us

@9J6ZTXFGreen from Texas answered…3mos

@9HSHBMGSocialist from Tennessee answered…3mos

This question doesnt specify who we were spying on in those countries like if we were spying on government officials and found nothing that's a problem but if it's just people that may be fine.

@9HN5X3XLibertarian from Texas answered…3mos

Yes, but this should only occur when we feel there is an actual threat to our country.

@9HK88DMLibertarian from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

@9HFGXGWRepublican from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

@9H862YMPeace and Freedom from New York answered…3mos

Yes, but only if information that has already been put out there leads to world domination or very high suspicion or a group or individual

@Stephen-Justus-M…Veteran from Missouri answered…3mos

Surveillance of our allies should only be surveillance of allied country population, not of their government, though I assume everyone is surveilling everyone at this point so the question seems moot.

@9GXFMPTWomen’s Equality from Minnesota answered…3mos

If they do and they can’t be upset one other nation Spy on us

@9GVY5GTTranshumanist from Colorado answered…3mos

Yes, but keep it on the low so then allies won't suspect if we are monitoring or not. Because keeping track of what is said and exchanged is important especially so with other countries. We will also have to explain and justify why we are spying into account so allies won't have to worry or be bitter about it.

@9GVWGMRWorking Family from Texas answered…3mos

Yes, but only if we suspect they are helping a terrorist's nation

@9GS7YNPWomen’s Equality from New Jersey answered…3mos

yes, if ally gives permission and if they are suspected to be unloyal

@9GQXGLFWorking Family from Washington answered…3mos

Yes, but only with permission from the foreign country so we can do a coordinated strike against the suspected terrorist. It's called being a good neighbor.

@9GQFBH7Working Family from Ohio answered…3mos

Yes, if there is undeniable evidence that a threat to our national security is imminent in an allied country and we present it to the given country requesting their permission.

@soverlyPeace and Freedom from Ohio answered…3mos


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