30%
Yes
70%
No
24%
Yes
48%
No
6%
Yes, but by drastically reducing the benefits and salaries of government officials
7%
No, focus on ending tax evasion instead
1%
Yes, and increase taxes
5%
No, increase taxes on large multinational corporations instead
0%
Yes, and eliminate federal agencies that are unconstitutional
4%
No, cuts to public spending will negatively affect the economy
3%
No, increase taxes on the wealthy instead
2%
No, reduce military spending instead
1%
No, reduce the number of government officials instead

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 @9LNSGGBanswered…3 days3D

yes, by reducing salaries of officials. also tax corporations and reduce military spending for a more mixed solution

 @9LH5NBGanswered…2wks2W

debt for capital infrastructure is good. Not for anything else, so depends on what we're going in to debt for.

 @9LG823Banswered…2wks2W

No, increase tax on large corporations, close tax loops and increase tax slightly across all brackets bit significantly for richer brackets.

 @9FV5368answered…7mos7MO

Reduce Government salaries, reduce military spending, tax the rich, increase taxes on multinationals

 @9FJZ92Gfrom Maine answered…7mos7MO

No, the government should create nationalised services to compete with private companies with the profit supplementing government budgets.

 @9FJDTR3answered…7mos7MO

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