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@95Q2FPC answered…6 days

irish and maori french securitrie with under attack and mussels with ban and back yards and under fleece and fleece with bloke sthe is ban electrics is under footages breaken the reason its can leave a marks with allied and ammogurds with powerfulnes with first securities decrease death and line with general public with weapons and knife and tio with bloods steal the kept premises of local locational

@95KSND5 answered…1wk

Yes, stop wastage and idealistic spending that does not benefit services provided

@94BLN8N answered…1mo

reduce the amount less more increase it only can every nice spent sometimes leaves chase the shortcuts with belonging is debites the debits cards loss cash and coins with complaints with new Zealand reserves bank of governments leave the promises by law is the worse case surrounds and surveillance scams and spams new Zealand police track-its the postal line ups

@8XF58Z3 answered…11mos

Spending public serious come over bet choice don't leave with family

@8HZHCH8 answered…2yrs

Run this country like a business the takes care of the people.and place it resides. Make cuts where it's sensible.

@8HXYLY8 answered…2yrs

Yes cut down on things like fancy playgrounds and city park spaces

@8HL8YHD answered…2yrs

Yes. Public spending on infrastructure is good. Public spending on handouts is not good.

@8HBZPMF answered…2yrs

Yes, reduce the amount of welfare given out. Restrictions need to be tighter and money only given to those truly in need. We have far too many bludgers.

@8H7BMPG answered…2yrs

@8GX36BZ answered…2yrs

No, increase taxes on the wealthy AND on large multinational corporations instead

@8GRC6BT answered…2yrs

@8GD5XF4 answered…2yrs

No increase taxes on multinational corporations, reducing size of government and cut wasteful spending and pull out of UN international agreements that harm our country.

@8G8FTXV answered…2yrs

Redistribute funds to areas that need them. Public spending is fine if it is on things that will benefit the economy and the wellbeing of New Zealanders.

@8FXZ346 answered…2yrs

No, New Zealand needs to focus on supporting it's citizens during this pandemic, and work on our national debt as a bank loan, suffer the interest and pay it back in a long-term period.

@8DYWTXX answered…2yrs

public spending creates jobs, creating Jobs is the way to reduce national debt as when people have a job they spend more money and are not depending on the state

@8DWN7LV answered…2yrs

SIGNIFICANTLY Increase taxes on corporations and anyone earning over 5M/year. Abolish the police and abolish the military.

@8DTXW6H answered…2yrs

 @8BZF2GM answered…2yrs

Yes, but only in certain sectors that won’t damage the nations welfare

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Yes, but by drastically reducing the benefits and salaries of government officials

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