22%
Yes
78%
No
15%
Yes
74%
No
6%
Yes, but they should be strictly regulated to prevent mismanagement and corruption
5%
No, private prisons will sacrifice quality of care and rehabilitation services for profit
0%
Yes, but eliminate contractual occupancy quotas

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 @8ZN2MM9answered…2yrs2Y

No, private prisons create perverse incentives for their operators to increase the prison population through lobbying.

 @8YXSKP2answered…2yrs2Y

NO, I used to work for GEO at Arthur Gorrie CC, horrendous business practice, multiple lawsuits, coverups, workplace bullying, discrimination, corruption.

 @8SNBJCVanswered…3yrs3Y

some prisons should be run by the government,and some by private companies

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