54%
Yes
46%
No
54%
Yes
46%
No

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 @9LTDTR8 from Michigan answered…2mos2MO

Yes, but in conjunction w/other initiatives to ensure this housing is adjacent to good public schools, health clinics, parks, community centers, addiction centers & affordable grocery & other stores/services required to live a balanced, healthy life.

 @9M7T7R7  from Missouri answered…1mo1MO

No, there is enough empty buildings and houses to completely end involuntary homelessness. The government should incentivize the refurbishment of abandoned homes and buildings.

 @9L4Z23B  from Pennsylvania answered…2mos2MO

The government should not incentive it, nor should the federal government reform zoning laws. Zoning laws should be left to state governments and local zoning boards

 @9LW3ZGYfrom Maine answered…2mos2MO

bit more nuanced than just yes or no - if constructing high density residential buildings their should be appropriate spaces such as balconies/communal gardens, this kind of space is often neglected when planning the building of such places

 @9LKMVGD from Utah answered…2mos2MO

i think that certain areas should provide certain high density residential areas but not everywhere because of how expensive certain land is.

 @9PBDYVJ from California answered…2 days2D

No this is how ghettos were created to begin with...politicians use it to concentrate voters instead of actually helping people in need

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