34%
Yes
66%
No
29%
Yes
55%
No
4%
Yes, but by drastically reducing the benefits and salaries of government officials
3%
No, increase taxes on large multinational corporations instead
1%
Yes, and eliminate federal agencies that are unconstitutional
2%
No, cuts to public spending will negatively affect the economy
0%
Yes, and increase taxes
2%
No, focus on ending tax evasion instead
2%
No, increase taxes on the wealthy instead
1%
No, reduce military spending instead
1%
No, reduce the number of government officials instead

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from Ireland users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @9MM9RGWanswered…1wk1W

No, increase taxes on high-wealth individuals, increase property dereliction and vacancy taxes and increase corporation tax.

 @8R5LX4Tanswered…3yrs3Y

No, tax the rich, big companies and reduce excessive spending on government officials and civil servants

 @8QVQDR2answered…3yrs3Y

 @queerultravioletanswered…4yrs4Y

What debt? In debt to who? Ourselves? The world? We invented currency, it's no longer serving us and we should find an alternative to money. It's made up, just print more.

 @8J2LNT2answered…4yrs4Y

We need increase taxes on the wealthy but we need to have balanced budgets

 @9B3MH8Kanswered…1yr1Y

No, fund them by drastically reducing the benefits and salaries of government officials, focus on ending tax evasion and increase taxes on the wealthy instead

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