73%
Yes
27%
No
60%
Yes
23%
No
5%
Yes, but in the form of tax breaks for all citizens
3%
No, recession is a natural cycle that purges excess
3%
Yes, but in the form of increased spending on infrastructure
2%
No, and the government should drastically reduce spending during recessions
2%
Yes, the government should intervene to boost a recovery
2%
Yes, but in the form of assisting sectors most heavily hit by the recession
1%
Yes, but in the form of tax breaks for low income citizens
1%
Yes, and collectivize all industry

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 @98D6Q8P from Oklahoma answered…1yr1Y

 @9CNX3B9 from Oklahoma answered…11mos11MO

 @9NQC55F from Arizona answered…7 days7D

The government shouldn't just throw money around or give all the money to the richest people and companies under the guise of "too big to fail." Money should be put into the average person to instill confidence in the economy and facilitate the recovery.

 @9NBM7CL from California answered…2wks2W

NO, Governments should maintain a 'rainy day fund' to bridge recessions and keep infrastructure spending constant.

 @9L4Z23B  from Pennsylvania answered…2mos2MO

Yes, but be mindful of overstimulating the economy, increasing inflation rates, and increasing deficits on programs that do not increase GDP

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