69%
Yes
31%
No
69%
Yes
31%
No

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 @9PCTNQ6 from Oklahoma answered…17hrs17H

Yes. If spending abroad is drastically reduced, we can begin to fix the issues here at home.

 @9PBDYVJ from California answered…2 days2D

No this builds the legitimacy of homelessness into a permanent constituency instead of what should be a transitory experience.

 @9P9B3BVfrom Guam answered…2 days2D

 @9P95J2D from Virginia answered…2 days2D

No, they should ask the question, why are the homeless in the first place.

 @9P82WP2 from Tennessee answered…3 days3D

The government should provide dignified public housing to everyone who wants it.

 @9P7XV2L from Colorado answered…3 days3D

No, the government needs to make the system more transparent when it comes to spending.

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