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@9RBK2THGreenfrom Maine  answered…2wks

Increase, there is a lot of poverty and America is very rich

@9RB9N49Democrat from Arkansas answered…2wks

Foreign spending needs to be restructured, reallocated, and reevaluated before analysis of budget size can occur.

@9R9MXXMWomen’s Equality from Kansas answered…2wks

@9JG7JG9Libertarian from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

Decrease aid to any country that is at war with another country.

@9JD59SKWomen’s Equality from California answered…3mos

Increase aid spending with an increase in domestic aid spending also.

@9J8TLH9Democrat from New York answered…3mos

Increase, taking the budget from the active military budget so that we maintain the same level of financial commitment to international relations but it's more focused on building up soft power.

@Ryan-PearmainWorking Family from Arkansas answered…3mos

Increase, but focused on help building the economies and education of these countries in need.

@9HXKB25Green from Colorado answered…3mos

We should do more research on where the money is being used

@9HSX7STGreen from Virginia answered…3mos

@9HSFXFGWomen’s Equality from Iowa answered…3mos

This would depend entirely on need and is too complex to answer with these answers

@9HPTQ9BWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…3mos

@9HM5DYKLibertarianfrom Maine  answered…3mos

@9HLCLD7Peace and Freedom from Texas answered…3mos

Decrease but we are not the world's police and should use good judgement on when to step in

@9HJMBK4Peace and Freedom from Kentucky answered…3mos

Temporarily Decrease until our country is stable economically.

@9HG4RPVDemocrat from Kansas answered…3mos

We need to assess our aid strategy, maybe look into direct investment and local solutions to many development questions

@9HFHX84Peace and Freedom from Kentucky answered…3mos

Unless a natural health crisis occurs, or a tyrannical government is oppressing it's people we should stay out of most foreign disputes.

@Caleb-RailsbackConstitution from New York answered…3mos

Yes, the US should increase foreign aid spending, but it should be managed by US advisors for specific purposes.

@9H6XY5WConstitution from Utah answered…3mos

Decrease, and try to help countries become self sufficient.

@9H6NT9KSocialist from Ohio answered…3mos

Decrease, but only in military supplies and training, continue to send humanitarian aid to other countries as long as people in our own country aren't suffering similar conditions to those in the countries we send aid to

@Angelina-DuranWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…3mos

Decrease and redirecting the money to counties that don’t violate human rights

@9H4X266Communist from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

Nations that are developing their infrastructure or recovering from disaster should receive however much aid they need to achieve either. Established industrial nations that are not the victims of disaster have no need of our aid and it should not be extended to them.

@9H4VFQ3Conservativefrom Oregon  answered…3mos

Increase foreign aid and loans to countries which we can secure alliances and partnerships out of (Enlightened Self Interest)

@9H3GP44Green from Minnesota answered…3mos

Decrease, until our own issues are solved - poverty, inner city crime, homelessness. Take care of our own problems then help others

@9H3G69JDemocrat from Ohio answered…3mos

@9H2S96XSocialist from Texas answered…3mos

We should stop aiding countries that violate human rights and or terrorize other nations

@9H2M7B2Progressive from Illinois answered…3mos

@9H2D6LVWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…3mos

I feel that I do not know enough about this topic to contribute an answer.

@9H2CZ45Veteran from Kansas answered…3mos

Increase, but attach conditions to ensure the aid goes to the right recipients and/or causes

@9GNB4DYVeteran from Nebraska answered…3mos

Decrease, and we should not give foreign aid to any countries for the next 50 years.

@9GL2ZJ9Green from Georgia answered…3mos

Decrease to countries that have no human rights violations.

@Autumn-GrantTranshumanist from Michigan answered…3mos

Increase, but only for countries that do not harbor or promote terrorism and that have no human rights violations

@Joe-MadayIndependent from Washington answered…3mos

Maintain current spending, and only if they meet certain Human Rights Criteria.

@9G4RNR3Women’s Equality from Colorado answered…3mos

We have to first invest in ourselves, but we can then spread aid where it’s needed. It shouldn’t however be based upon furthering our power, but actually based on need.

@9G4NJKBSocialist from New York answered…3mos

Only do it for countries that don't consistently violate human rights.

@9FYVLSKSocialist from Texas answered…3mos

Increase as long as it's only for true humanitarian needs and not warmongering.

@9FX87MRGreen from Tennessee answered…3mos

Increase our investment into developing economies like China is doing

@9FLQMYZWomen’s Equality from California answered…3mos

Depends on the situation, if they need it we must help depending on how severe the issue is.

@9QZFMNPSocialist from Texas answered…4wks

Decrease, until we drastically reduce our national budget deficit and deny aid to countries that harbor and promote terrorism

@9QWSZDLPeace and Freedom from Tennessee answered…1mo

Keep the current amount of spending, but deny aid to countries that harbor or promote terrorism and/or have human rights violations

@9QV967WConstitution from Pennsylvania answered…1mo

Decrease until we drastically reduce our national budget deficit, and deny aid to countries that harbor or promote terrorism.

@9QSTXY9Peace and Freedom from Idaho answered…2mos

Decrease, until we drastically reduce our national budget deficit, and keep the same spending for countries that have no human rights violations

@9QSG6T2Women’s Equality from Idaho answered…2mos

@9QNZQB5Greenfrom Maine  answered…2mos

Increase funding of NGO's and decrease initiatives that rely on foreign governments.

Remain the same while increase tax incentive for those who give to foreign countries


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