65%
Yes
35%
No
57%
Yes
31%
No
6%
Yes, but not at the expense of farmland and green space
2%
No, rebuild or repair existing houses instead
2%
Yes, but only to house the homeless
2%
No, we cannot afford this right now

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 @9JW4BZRfrom Tennessee answered…2mos2MO

Invest in higher density middle housing in cities instead of detached single family homes in the suburbs.

 @8WC5MFZfrom Ontario answered…3yrs3Y

Yes, but only to house the homeless and not at the expense of farmland and green space, and be careful of spending inflation and debt

 @8ZMPKPYfrom Ontario answered…2yrs2Y

Yes, but only to house the homeless, and not at the expense of farmland and green space.

 @9CBTBW3from Alberta answered…10mos10MO

No, rebuild or repair existing housing and ensure at least some of the subsidy makes it down to the consumer instead of entirely benefiting the manufacturer.

 @93S5GZ5from Ontario answered…2yrs2Y

Yes, but to house the homeless and not at the expense of farmland and green space

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