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@9HJM9KTRepublican from Louisiana answered…2yrs

Maybe the US government should spend 40 billion on its own citizens instead of sending it away to Israel every year

@9HH9KD7Republican from Nevada answered…2yrs

Many people need to stop being dependent on the government unless it is for legitimate reasons...

@B4JZDKTPeace and Freedom from North Carolina answered…2 days

No, but all basic necessities should be covered by government programs (food, housing, healthcare, education)

@B4JF3Z8Democratfrom Virgin Islands  answered…4 days

@B4KT7QSIndependent from Minnesota answered…9hrs

I’m interested, but I think it would need to come with a large reduction in social services programs

@B4KPZCNTranshumanistfrom Maine  answered…15hrs

I support Jobseeker's Benefit (aka the Dole) and Disability Benefit, but I am not convinced that UBI is a better option.

@B4KMSGDPeace and Freedom from New York answered…23hrs

@B4KGBRXWorking Family from Massachusetts answered…1 day

@B4KCV8ZBritish National from Connecticut answered…2 days

 @vote4tyleralSocialist from Alabama answered…6 days

Yes, but it should be given per household not per person to ensure its only providing for Housing and Food.

@B4HRR9JIndependent from Tennessee answered…7 days

Yes, but rather an expansion of benefits for those unable to work, social security, etc

@B4HMP97Women’s Equality from New York answered…1wk

Yes, but only for those that work and do not strictly qualify for welfare

@B4HHXF5Democrat from Texas answered…1wk

Yes, but it should be limited to certain people so that we limit the possibilities of people abusing the system.

 @eDogCoinLibertarian from Texas answered…1wk

If it replaces the massively inefficient and counterproductive welfare state I'd be interested in trying it.

@B4H62XYWorking Family from Oklahoma answered…1wk

No, but have a guaranteed minimum income for adults earning less than a certain amount with adjustments for reparations

@B4GKCMNDemocrat from Texas answered…1wk

I only support because of the help it would provide for people of lower incomes meaning people who make more money do not need this program.

@9HFMDFMPeace and Freedom from Texas answered…2yrs

Yes, everyone should receive an income to help with their needs such as food, housing, bills and kids

@9HF8YM9Women’s Equality from Illinois answered…2yrs

everyone should receive an income to cover basic necessities including food and housing But are required to work and not freeload

@Jami-BirdsongDemocrat from Nevada answered…2yrs

Yes, with a requirement to qualify is one must be employed at least part-time.

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

Everyone that NEEDS it yes. To cover basic needs like food, clothing, and housing

@9H9Z33BTranshumanist from New Jersey answered…2yrs

Yes and no, there should be a universal basic income program to an extent and depending on how wealthy you are.

@9H9W7T6Democrat from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Yes, everyone should receive an income to cover basic necessities, but only if they are looking and trying to find a job or their job does not provide enough to support them.

@9H9VZVRIndependent from Colorado answered…2yrs

Yes, however only people that live below the poverty line should get this check.

@9H9TNVBDemocrat from Georgia answered…2yrs

Yes, as long as it only helps those who need it and are searching for work.

@9H9R9YGWomen’s Equality from New Jersey answered…2yrs

People who work at minimum wage jobs or are unemployed should receive a basic income to pay for food, clothes, and housing.

@9H9M78CDemocrat from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

It should not be universal. Those who receive under a certain income should, but those who do not shouldn't.

@9H9JKX6Democratfrom Maine  answered…2yrs

@9H9J3P3Democrat from Virginia answered…2yrs

You should only be eligible if you meet certain requirements, such as having a job.

@9H9HTS7Green from Texas answered…2yrs

Yes, but the amount should scale down based on reported salary on tax filings

@David-Lee-Sarche…Republican from Michigan answered…2yrs

I think disabled people should have this but non disabled people should go to work

@9H98HJXTranshumanist from Michigan answered…2yrs

Yes only if people find a job, no person(s) should be w/o a job and jobs should be a requirement/law to even live in the U.S

@9H8ZSSJIndependent from Iowa answered…2yrs

@9H8ZDZMWomen’s Equality from Maryland answered…2yrs

Yes, but give a percentage based off of their working income.

@9H8PFRCAmerican Solidarity from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

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