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@B4M8GLNWomen’s Equalityfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…1wk

@B4CZYL4Republican from Illinois answered…1mo

@B48YT2VDemocrat from Iowa answered…1mo

Yes, Tariffs should be increased for all authoritarian governments

@B3XLRXJDemocrat from Ohio answered…2mos

@B3N97G2Democrat from Texas answered…2mos

Yes, only if the US can produce the products that are being imported from China to give consumers an second option.

@B36T9TQIndependent from Massachusetts answered…3mos

Yes and and all trade with mainland China until they become a capitalist republic.

@B26899RRepublican from Delaware answered…5mos

We can carefully increase some tariffs selectively to keep China engaged in trade negotiations, and transparently keep them accountable

@9ZVRH4BRepublican from Minnesota answered…5mos

Yes, but as a national security consideration; not an economic one

@9ZRT9ZLGreen from Tennessee answered…5mos

@9ZQLFMKDemocrat from New Jersey answered…5mos

Yes, however the increase of tariffs should be over a period of time, allowing for home products to be created in higher quality.

@9ZPBDRFIndependent from Massachusetts answered…5mos

@9ZDWYN5Women’s Equality from Nebraska answered…6mos

No, but do not take any products from China that are made with slave labor.

@B2C84HHProgressive from Iowa answered…4mos

@9Z5YJBNWomen’s Equality from Utah answered…6mos

stop all trade with that evil totalitarian state and recognize the ROC(Taiwan) as a full independent nation

@9HXPMBFTranshumanist from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

@9HX7SKNTranshumanist from North Carolina answered…2yrs

The US should set the price of imported products higher than domestic products.

@9HWZWXVWomen’s Equality from Missouri answered…2yrs

No, Our nation would not be able to produce product at the rate of China while maintaning the low prices.

@9HVWSYTTranshumanist from Minnesota answered…2yrs

No, but impose harsher penalties, including import bans, on companies shown to benefit from intellectual property theft or heavily controlled by the Chinese government

@9HQCYMPDemocrat from North Carolina answered…2yrs

@9HP7VPYDemocrat from Illinois answered…2yrs

@9HM8T2ZGreen from New York answered…2yrs

No in most cases but if necessary for human rights or no threat of hurting American workers, yes.

@9HLSNMHDemocrat from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

@9HLKK73Constitution from Minnesota answered…2yrs

Yes, but I would prefer that ban the import of products from the People's Republic

@9H995TGLibertarianfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…2yrs

No, we should trade with China to bolster relations and win a soft power victory similar to what we did with the USSR.

@9H8DKS9Veteran from Illinois answered…2yrs

Yes China should be punished for the wuhon virus.

@9PQL4LPConstitution from South Carolina disagreed…2yrs

Yes

it wasn't the Chinese peoples fault it was the gov if we increased the tariffs that means the people in china get paid even less or nothing at all

@9H7TBYJPeace and Freedom from New York answered…2yrs

No, because China will continue to do the oldest trick in the books, build products to 99% completion in China, send it to Vietnam to have 1 screw screwed in, and have the good stamped "Made in Vietnam" eliminating the effectiveness of the tariff on China.

@9H7NQWDVeteranfrom Virgin Islands  answered…2yrs

No, the president should make policies to promote American industry being produced in America

@9H7DT2BWomen’s Equality from Missouri answered…2yrs

@9H79HZWSocialist from California answered…2yrs

@9H6LRH3Independent from California answered…2yrs

Depends on what the end game is. If it hurts us then no. Based on logic not emotion

@9H6DGWYVeteran from Arizona answered…2yrs

@9H548DHRepublicanfrom Maine  answered…2yrs

Yes, China is a threat to global national security and should not be trusted

@9H3LCCGCommunist from Illinois answered…2yrs

No, but hit the companies who outsource with heavy fines and hold their overseas factories to US worker's rights standards.

@9H2XH47Veteran from Colorado answered…2yrs

@9H2D6LVWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…2yrs

I feel that I do not know enough about this topic to contribute an answer.

@Kwilliams619Transhumanist from Texas answered…2yrs

No but there should be a penalty for China subsidizing and manipulating goods and money

@9GZ5LY5Women’s Equality from Washington answered…2yrs

Yes, but only if there is indisputable proof of artificial inflation and negotiations should be opened immediately to prevent a repeat of the events of the 1920s that resulted in the Great Depression.

@9GYKMM9Libertarian from Washington answered…2yrs

@9GXM5C8Women’s Equality from Texas answered…2yrs

If they produce it, it's under their right for the price since they don't have to produce products for us

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