46%
Yes
54%
No
37%
Yes
33%
No
9%
Yes, but by drastically reducing the benefits and salaries of government officials
10%
No, focus on ending tax evasion instead
0%
Yes, and increase taxes
2%
No, reduce the number of government officials instead
0%
Yes, and eliminate federal agencies that are unconstitutional
2%
No, increase taxes on large multinational corporations instead
2%
No, cuts to public spending will negatively affect the economy
2%
No, reduce military spending instead
2%
No, increase taxes on the wealthy instead

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

 @95FJCTSanswered…2yrs2Y

No public spending decrease but also in case just cut where it is not useless and use that amount whee it needs and also to reduce public debit

 @94SZH6Zanswered…2yrs2Y

Yes, by reducing not only the salaries but also the benefits of government officials and not rising taxes but putting a flat tax on great company to avoid delocalisation

 @94QMR5Tanswered…2yrs2Y

Yes, by reducing the benefits and salaries of government officials, end tax evasion, increase tax on the wealthy, tax the multinational corporations

 @94MBGDYanswered…2yrs2Y

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