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@B49W7XMRepublican from Maryland answered…4wks

No, and the government should withdraw from the World Health Organization

@B475LSJDemocrat from New York answered…1mo

yes, but our national and local programs should be priority

@B44YCMMGreenfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…1mo

Yes, but investigate the corruption, and fire all current WHO employees for having ties with China.

@B3N6SX5Veteran from North Carolina answered…2mos

The World Health Organization has been inconsistent with its research and the United States has research facilities that have done a better job. America shouldn't fund WHO but they also shouldn't disband it either.

@B3HK3LNAmerican Solidarity from Pennsylvania answered…2mos

Yes, but only countries should be allowed to contribute, not private entities.

@B3KZ5X3Constitution from Illinois answered…2mos

@9SQ62R7Women’s Equality from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Maybe because they should help but they mit lose a lot of money .

@9SKQNR7Women’s Equality from Connecticut answered…1yr

I agree with ''Yes, but only relative to the amount that other countries contribute'' in other words make everyone pay fairly. But I also have some problems with the WHO I find it interesting that third world countries are always the first countries to test new vaccines/ medicine on but when it comes time to actually distribute the vaccines/ medicine they always are given it last.

@9SFZG8TConstitution from Georgia answered…1yr

Yes but Only with strict oversight on where the money is spent and validation that the US isn’t just being used as a cash cow

@9SFL6SRTranshumanist from Colorado answered…1yr

@9SDG4VPWomen’s Equality from New York answered…1yr

Yes and no, America can't keep getting itself involved in foreign affairs that have nothing to do with us. But it would be wrong to sit idly by while people are unable to afford proper health care.

@9SB8HPJDemocrat from Illinois answered…1yr

Yes, after Chinese Communist influence within the organization has been curbed.

@9S8LNJWRepublican from Indiana answered…1yr

No, this organization is a front to make China look better and they won't address Taiwan

@9S6VYQZVeteran from Florida answered…1yr

We need to give them a lot less money, because Covid has shown them to be in the pocket of the Chinese government at our expense. They do a lot of good in other countries and we may be one of the countries that needs their help - but we don't need to be their main 'sugar daddy.'

@9S53M8JWorking Family from Virginia answered…1yr

Every nation included should pitch in a percentage of its annual allowance

@9S4W6JSIndependent from South Carolina answered…1yr

We shouldn't withdraw, but we should try to hold them accountable and partially responsible for their mishandling of the virus in the early stages of the pandemic

@9S2SW9LDemocrat from Florida answered…1yr

I feel as if some organizations are scams that don't go directly to the people in need but back tot he pockets of the wealthy

@Norman-Joel-Scal…Constitution from Florida answered…1yr

Lower by matching the other countries funding and increase local.

@9RZFDLMConstitution from Alabama answered…1yr

The WHO is not always effective. Some theories they have come up with have been wrong, while some have been right. Vaccines they have made have worked and have failed many times. It's a yes and a no for me.

@9RWY5DKWomen’s Equality from Ohio answered…1yr

@9RW6NCNGreen from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Yes, but congress should be able to defund and refund the WHO at any time

@9RW59FZWomen’s Equality from Arizona answered…1yr

The US government should fund the World Health Organization. And, any U.S. corporation with 500 plus employees should be required to pay a small percentage as well.

@9RVS78STranshumanist from Illinois answered…1yr

@9RS7358Women’s Equality from Washington answered…1yr

Yes, specifically now that we are in a global pandemic and the WHO needs more funding to operate at it's full capacity

@9RRHNPRWomen’s Equality from Georgia answered…1yr

Yes, however the WHO needs to be restructured in a way that would make it so they are not biased towards countries that may contribute more funding.

@9RQLB39Republican from Missouri answered…1yr

I think that we should not be the leading funder, it should be equal because everyone benefits from this organization and I think that there should be all information regarding what happens health wise in our world available. No coverups like there was with the corona virus.

@9RPBZY3Libertarian from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

Yes, But only if other super powers such as China and Russia pull an equal brunt as the U.S. and as long as the program is shown to be more effective than not. Skepticism has never been so high with how Covid was handled by WHO

@9RJB8CMConstitution from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

Yes, but only when they get their act together and stop kowtowing to countries like China instead of Health

@9R7NLBNIndependent from California answered…1yr

@9R6DYKLIndependent from Nevada answered…1yr

We should contribute but so should most other countries. If it is for the whole world, why should the US be responsible for providing 1/5 of the bugget?

@9QG6K82Women’s Equality from Illinois answered…2yrs

No, because our country has enough people that aren't getting funded already.

@9QD4J4KRepublican from California answered…2yrs

No, it has proven itself to be nothing more than a Chinese puppet.

@9PR7PMHTranshumanist from Florida answered…2yrs

No, the proved to be ineffective and corrupt to anyone who the highest bidder like China

@9PBLFQXSocialist from Virginia answered…2yrs

@9P6JD47Working Family from North Carolina answered…2yrs

@9MSNS3JWorking Family from Georgia answered…2yrs

Yes, but also include more funding for local and national programs.

@9MKQ895Veteran from California answered…2yrs

Yes, but not till the CCP loses control over the UN, and then only fund relative to the amount that other countries contribute.

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