I'd go looking into why the view is so large.
Big views, like big forms, are often a merger of design choices that you can alleviate.
Sometimes it's just a space-saving switch isn't thrown on the view. Sometimes someone has thrown a space-using feature that you don't recognize just yet. On occasion the view itself has a lot of features, and there's little you can do to deal with it except move the space-using feature off to another view (and yes, often it'll cost you far less space to split out another view).
I'm not sure how I'd tell you to go about it, but here are a few pointers:
1. If you're not really displaying response docs, and you still have response docs in hierarchy -- shut them off.
2. If you have alternate sorting (it's a switch on the column) on most/all the columns, there's a switch you can throw in 8.5 so the alternate-sort isn't automatically created. You may never use that alternate sorting, so shutting it off can save you a lot of space.
3. This one is subtle. If you have a column that is not sorted; and that same column says "show multiple values as separate entries"; and you're not using the column-indexing feature (I'll describe it below); then you may want to shut off that checkmark. This checkmark is always enabled on categorized columns: there it's no prob'. It may be useful to you on plain, sorted columns -- no harm there if you really need it, but you may want to check whether the field even has multiple values. However: on non-sorted columns it's performing a very special feature: non-sorted columns index multiple values by the prior sorted, multivalue column. So it's great when it's needed, but when it's not, it can use up disk space for no apparent reason.
This last issue is hard to explain -- even the help doesn't do a good job of it ("Advanced Options for Columns" -- "Sorting Multiple Values" describes what you want to do -- but not how!). You may want to experiment with your view to see what happens. This stuff only impacts on multivalue columns. So I'd say if the columns don't have multiple values, you'd be safe turning off the "show multiple values" switch **on unsorted columns**, saving the added work & space for it.