63%
Yes
37%
No
63%
Yes
37%
No

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 @9P7MLMH from Pennsylvania answered…4 days4D

The state should give an interest-loan to young couples and with each child they have a part of the debt is taken rescinded.

 @9P3JCM7 from Michigan answered…5 days5D

Housing is a human right, and people should be free to construct housing where they are. Communes and nomadic tribes should be encouraged so that people can have communities they can join. The government is irrelevant in this matter.

 @7S2PNCN  from Florida answered…6 days6D

No, we need to get inflation under control via elections of economically savvy candidates. Giving away additional “free” money will only further increase our inflationary pressures.

 @7HJNSX6  from New York answered…7 days7D

Yes, as long as they remain at the home for a set time period, or they have to pay the government back.

 @9NYLLPV from South Carolina answered…7 days7D

No, but they should institute policies to discourage landlords from hoarding properties to increase competition between landlords and decrease costs. Right now it's a cabal like Nike and Adidas. Just sell everything at the same price and don't truly compete to keep prices high.

 @9NXNN5F from Texas answered…1wk1W

Subsidies should be provided to those based on net worth. Higher-income or net-worth families shouldn't benefit from the subsidies when those with lower income or net-worth should have the chance to own their first home.

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