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

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 @9MSGYVD from Illinois answered…4wks4W

No, deregulate property development and reduce the scope of zoning laws so that developers and local governments can provide these amenities as they are demanded by the consumer.

 @clubled  from Arizona answered…3 days3D

No, it should not be required but the developers should be given some sort of compensation in the form of money or tax breaks from the city to include green spaces and parks

 @9NP3WG2 from Nevada answered…2wks2W

i think every house should have green land on there property and have a park in the same neighborhood. so that there are places for animals to live and everyone to play on.

 @9NNSMVRfrom Maine answered…2wks2W

Yes, but after a certain critical threshold of housing is reached, green spaces and parks should be required (with flexibility in how it is integrated).

 @9NNMJN3 from Texas answered…2wks2W

It shouldn't require, but it is preferred just to benefit the scenery and help the natural environment.

 @9N39PDQ from California answered…3wks3W

It depends on the local area. Regardless, this is something that each city should decide on their own.

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