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@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…5mos

Increase, for countries that have desperate humanitarian crises, and deny aid to countries that harbor or promote terrorism

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…6mos

Decrease, but continue to aid countries that have desperate humanitarian crises, and deny aid to countries that harbor or promote terrorism

@93WQTWH from California answered…7mos

@92JXK3J from New York answered…7mos

Decrease, and ensure that money given to countries with terrorism are not given to terrorism but to help citizens. Withdraw aid to countries who give it to terrorists or are just trying to leech off of America's richness.

@8TMFV7P from Georgia answered…8mos

Decrease, until we eliminate our deficit and we should not give foreign aid to countries with human rights violations nor countries that harbor or promote terrorism

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

Increase, but only for countries with no human rights violations and deny aid to countries that harbor or promote terrorism. If our national budget deficit increases, we decrease foreign aid spending until we drastically reduce our budget deficit.

@93673YZ from California answered…9mos

@92ZYZRW from Missouri answered…9mos

Decrease, we still have our own more pressing issues to deal with such as poverty or outright homelessness.

@9334YP3 answered…9mos

Abolish all foreign aid, people can donate to foreign aid charities on an individual basis.

@92X5HLD from California answered…9mos

Decrease, the government should not spend any money on foreign aid

@92W2JZP from Ohio answered…9mos

Increase foreign aid to countries that need help, such as middle eastern countries not including israel

@92T58MH from Illinois answered…9mos

increase but make sure the money is going to going causes and is not funding terror

@JaamesWJ from Connecticut answered…9mos

@92JCZ6T from California answered…10mos

I am satisfied with the current spending amount, but ensure that foreign aid doesn't go to human rights violation or terrorist organizations.

@9268RLG from Missouri answered…10mos

I think the U.S should help other countries to gain allies. but i do not think that we should spend more money on our other countries.

@922N7TN from Illinois answered…10mos

Increase, but deny for countries that harbor or support terrorism, or deny human rights

@8VNFSGC from Kentucky answered…11mos

 @8ZH59GG from Washington answered…11mos

@ThomasJj88 from Georgia answered…12mos

@8YW62WZ from Maryland answered…1yr

@6HM8ZBP from New York answered…1yr

Increase to countries with no terrorist ties or record of human rights abuses

@8YLBC8N from Maryland answered…1yr

@8YJ6ZGY from Michigan answered…1yr

@8YDDP85 from Illinois answered…1yr

I am satisfied with the current amount of spending, but they should be more equitable and open more countries

@lucasnator4 from Illinois answered…1yr

 @75YJY9V from Texas answered…1yr

Decrease, foreign aid creates a dependence among recipient nations and inhibits economic development

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Increase, for disaster relief and assistance in reducing widespread hunger and contagious diseases in various countries

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Increase, for disaster relief and countries dealing with health issues such as widespread hunger and contagious diseases

@thomasjj0 from Georgia answered…1yr

Decrease, only give aid for countries with zero human rights violations. Humanitarian aid only when needed.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Increase, for countries dealing with health issues such as widespread hunger and contagious diseases, as well as humanitarian issues such as disaster relief

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Increase, but aid should primarily be given to countries dealing with widespread health and humanitarian issues such as hunger and deadly contagious diseases, as well as for disaster relief

@ThomasJ1331 from Georgia answered…1yr

Decrease, only use for humanitarian aid for countries with no human rights violations.

@tomjolly66 from Georgia answered…1yr

 Deleted answered…1yr

Decrease, and only give it to those with zero human rights violations.

@8XCJY2Y from Kansas answered…1yr

@Thomasj66 from Georgia answered…1yr

Decrease, only give it to those with zero human rights violations.

@8X47HQG from South Carolina answered…1yr

Decrease, we should focus on our own issues before attempting to fix others'

@Tjolly99 from Georgia answered…1yr

Decrease, only give it to countries with zero human rights violations.

@8WH7Z55 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Increase, as we are the best country in the best economic position to aid others regardless of what type of country it is, and if you have problem with human rights in that country, then fix it and make it right.

@8WCV5PP from New York answered…1yr

I think the US shoul decrease spending on countries that violate human rights and are cruel to its people and should increase spending to those who are experiencing crisises.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Increase, but aid should be primarily directed towards countries dealing with humanitarian issues such as widespread hunger and disease and disaster relief

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Increase, but aid should be primarily concentrated upon countries dealing with humanitarian issues such as widespread hunger and disease and disaster relief. Deny aid to countries that harbor or promote terrorist activities

 Deleted answered…1yr

Decrease; only give it to countries who have no human rights violations. Why don't be help Yemen, the Tigray in Ethiopia, etc.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

I am satisfied with the current amount of spending. However, deny aid to countries that harbor or promote terrorism

@8RZY9T6 from Delaware answered…1yr

Stay the same, and deny aid to countries that harbor or promote terrorism.

@8TVYZQL from Georgia answered…1yr

I am satisfied with the current amount, but only countries that do not harbor or promote any terrorism, or human rights violations should be aided.