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If public transportation was free and efficient, would that change your thoughts on owning a car or living farther from work or school?

 @9JRB8NY from Texas answered…4mos4MO

People will take advantage of free transportation and in my opinion become lazy due to non-stop travel

  @9CJ6CB6 from Virginia commented…3mos3MO

I think there are methods of combating that, or at least, dissuading lazy use.

 @9JRC4Q6Democrat from Virginia answered…4mos4MO

Yes, if public transportation was better maintained and more accessible, I would consider not owning a car, or using it less

 @9JS38LL from Florida disagreed…4mos4MO

I would not be comfortable with government controlled transportation, they control it and I prefer freedom of transportation..

  @9CJ6CB6 from Virginia commented…3mos3MO

Government control of transportation doesn’t mean that other transport isn’t destroyed, it’s just that a basic system of public transport is built, freedom doesn’t necessarily disappear.

 @9JRCBL4 from California answered…4mos4MO

Probably not but it would be useful knowing that if I needed to have access to public transportation I would.

 @9JRDNFM from Arizona disagreed…4mos4MO

Because public transportation systems don’t go exactly where u need to go and they aren’t everywhere

 @9JRCQJ4 from Oklahoma answered…4mos4MO

I think that public transportation should be free and it would not chang my thoughts.


What potential differences might you see in social dynamics if higher taxes on the rich funded welfare programs?

 @9KF78PLRepublican from California answered…3mos3MO

People making a lot of money aren't millionaires or billionaires so we shouldn't take from them because others dont know how to make good life choices and couldn't make a better life.

 @9KF7FSV from Texas answered…3mos3MO

Less poverty, better health of the average person in the nation, less stress, fewer billionaires, cleaner cities, better technology, the 1950s without the blatant bigotry

 @9KF74YR  from Illinois answered…3mos3MO

Less healthcare costs for the government as lower income people go into the ER less

 @9KF79D6 from California answered…3mos3MO

well if we could get money out of the rich we could balance soiecity and also gives better welcare programs which in my opoion is what we need


If housing was more affordable due to government subsidies, how might that influence where you choose to live?

 @9JP7D74 from Texas answered…4mos4MO


because if its more affordable then it would also be more affordable to stay there for a long time.

 @9JNXHDZLibertarian from Texas answered…4mos4MO


Can you imagine a working world without the pressure of job security, and if so, what would it look like?

 @9JNYF6VDemocrat from Colorado answered…4mos4MO

No, I Can't. The pressure of Job security is a very real and necessary thing. It keeps people working and things moving.

  @9CJ6CB6 from Virginia commented…3mos3MO

It’s also one of the greatest killers in the US, the last thing we need is more stress, since stress remains one of the biggest factors in premature deaths, right alongside poor regulation on food quality that leads to heart disease and cancer. If we’ve gotta be forced under the threat of poverty just to keep society running, then by much of that logic, incentives such as making not working a crime wouldn’t be immoral either.


Many people would have a job and depending on the character of the individual having job security could make them better or worse.

 @9JNXWJSDemocrat from New York answered…4mos4MO


How could greater access to public arts and cultural programs influence your community involvement or personal growth?

 @9KF7WVD from Florida answered…3mos3MO

I have all the access I need. I volunteer with the National Park Service.

 @9KF789K from California answered…3mos3MO

It would allow our community to see more opportunities and see what they can resonate with

 @9KF6XH9 from California answered…3mos3MO

Public arts and cultural programs provide opportunities for people to come together, interact, and engage with one another in shared experiences. Participating in community arts events, such as festivals, exhibitions, or performances, fosters a sense of belonging and strengthens social connections within the community.


Should access to high-quality education be a right for all, regardless of personal wealth?

 @9H86V6DPeace and Freedom from Texas answered…6mos6MO

Yes, we want the future to be bright and when only so mnay people can get access to good schooling it is missed opportunity for many.

 @9H86T6F from Texas answered…6mos6MO

 @9H876BSRepublican from North Carolina answered…6mos6MO

I believe that one should have to work for their education, and should not the person's wealth, but only the person's educational success.

  @Patriot-#1776Constitution from Washington answered…4mos4MO

No, God created rights to protect you from harm, not to allow you to plunder other people and force them to provide a service you want.

  @9CJ6CB6 from Virginia commented…4mos4MO

Everyone pays, everyone benefits. That’s how this is supposed to work. The majority of people agree with this, and if you want an unregulated economy, hop into a Time Machine and go to 1892 Pittsburgh, then talk to me about how glorious laissez-faire capitalism is.

  @Patriot-#1776Constitution from Washington commented…4mos4MO

1892 Pittsburgh, where socialist steel union members burnt down and barricaded the homes of non-union workers in a campaign of terror, defaced the equivalent of hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of private property, and rioted lawlessly in the streets?

  @9CJ6CB6 from Virginia commented…4mos4MO

Dear ******** lord, you can’t seriously think the unions were the problem, can you? They were losing 50% of their pay, the corporations were literally FORCING them to work, our rights in the workplace didn’t exist, they GAVE us that by rioting and protesting, because ****** es like Carnegie and Henry Frick were literally ordering military strikes against their workers for blockading their factory, in the name of not being treated like garbage and given nothing back but wage cuts and longer workdays. I’m truly not going to change what happened at that time, it got the attent…  Read more


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