56%
Yes
44%
No
37%
Yes
44%
No
18%
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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 @99Q35JZanswered…1yr1Y

They should take available shelter or housing first. If it is very necessary they should be allowed to encamp on public property.

 @99CW6BManswered…1yr1Y

Yes as long as they vacate early in the morning and they can return at night

 @99QB8KGanswered…1yr1Y

No but creat more social programs to provide free food, clothing and medicine

 @99Q4MN6answered…1yr1Y

No, but the government should support homeless individuals to find other means of housing/shelter other than public property, as well as create more social programs to provide free food, clothing, and medicine.

 @9LP5LPDanswered…1mo1MO

Yes, they should be allowed in certain areas which are allocated to them, they should not be allowed to sleep wherever.

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