35%
Yes
65%
No
22%
Yes
63%
No
14%
Yes, and create more social programs to provide free food, clothing, and medicine
1%
No, and make it a criminal offense

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 @9FMBMP6answered…7mos7MO

No. But it is to be made clear that there should be more available shelter to homeless people that are struggling with mental illness, drug use etc.. that does not criminalize their incapablities/struggles.

 @9FDK3MYanswered…7mos7MO

If they don't want to sleep in shelter provided we should be asking why what's wrong with it not move them on to somewhere we can't see them

 @9FDK2GRanswered…7mos7MO

Build large scale temp housing on govt land and then provide resources, programs, health care and rehab, training etc until rehabilitated

 @9D9HCXWanswered…8mos8MO

Yes, as it is public property but they shouldn't stay in the same space 24/7

 @9LMJQF9 answered…5 days5D

They should be asked why the refuse shelter or housing by the government and the changes should be made accordingly. Otherwise no they shouldn't be allowed to sleep on public property.

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