Americans Divided About Their Tax Bill

By: Monday April 16, 2012 10:56 am

With tomorrow, April 17, being tax day, Gallup is out with a new poll showing the country evenly divided about the amount of taxes they pay. Roughly half the country, 46%, thinks they play too much, and roughly half the country, 47%, thinks the amount they pay is about right. From Gallup: Looking at the [...]

Big Majorities Feel Rich Individuals and Large Corporations Pay Too Little in Taxes

By: Monday April 18, 2011 5:05 pm

While most Americans feel that middle class and lower income individuals pay their fair share or too much in taxes, overwhelming majorities believe rich people and corporations pay far too little, according to the latest poll from Gallup. A total of 59 percent think upper income Americans are paying less than their fair share of [...]

Prop 19 and Beyond: From Pot to Taxes – The Most Important Ballot Initiatives of 2010

By: Tuesday October 12, 2010 3:07 pm

In addition to deciding the makeup of Congress, selecting several governors, and a weighing a host of local races, voters across the country will be voting on 159 statewide ballot measures, of which about 60 are more interesting than bland bond measures. Of these propositions, there are a handful that I believe could have a national or even international impact.

Despite Tea Party Talking Points, Taxes Might Not Be Biggest Issue in November

By: Wednesday April 14, 2010 7:55 pm

Despite all the focus on the tea party movement, the Republican go-to strategy of tax cuts, tax cuts, tax cuts might not resonate as well in November as it has in past years. According to a new New York Times/CBS News poll, the vast majority, 62% of Americans, think the amount of income tax they [...]

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