61%
Yes
39%
No
61%
Yes
39%
No

Historical Results

See how support for each position on “Carpooling and Shared Transportation” has changed over time for 591 America voters.

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Historical Importance

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from America users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @9PB2DLC  from Pennsylvania answered…2 days2D

 @9P9DXRG from Colorado answered…2 days2D

No, but the government should offer some miniscule break to those companies that do it for their workers.

 @9P7MH8N from Illinois answered…4 days4D

Government should be providing free, reliable, accessible public transportation that isn’t dependent upon the fossil fuel industry.

 @9P3JCM7 from Michigan answered…5 days5D

Local communities should encourage better, more environmentally-friendly local travel.

 @9NLF3PX from Connecticut answered…2wks2W

 @9NG845Vfrom Guam answered…2wks2W

Yes, but the person in charge shall check for potential dangerous passenger