78%
Yes
22%
No
78%
Yes
22%
No

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 @9L4Z23B  from Pennsylvania answered…4wks4W

No, local governments and zoning boards should reform zoning laws to allow higher density building and to help construct more housing than there is demand

 @9P9YV6K from Oklahoma answered…2 days2D

Proper guidelines need to be followed that expect the following of basic property care, and obeying the law. Affordable housing should not start out great and deteriorate into slums

 @9P9GHJ9 from Arizona answered…2 days2D

Yes, but only with other conditions applied. If said policies ran rampant, housing would quickly become an industrialized process similar to an ant colony and would make American slums far more prominent which brings a slew of other problems.

 @9P9789Q from Arizona answered…2 days2D

Yes but limit the number of humans on earth. Humans are a useless drain on earths resources with 8 Billion humans 2 billion more than earth can handle.

 @9P2T37L from Texas answered…6 days6D

Yes, but ensure a certain amount of quality when building such as adequate use of quality material and not cutting corners.

 @9MQ7ZS7 from Louisiana answered…4wks4W

The government should provide affordable housing not private development

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