Taxes are a common theme on news shows in the U.S.; you may have even seen the Tax Foundation’s very own Kyle Pomerleau speaking about the presidential candidates’ tax plans. However, Americans rarely see a sitcom or...
- Topline Results, 2007 Annual Survey of U.S. Attitudes on ...
Topline Results, 2007 Annual Survey of U.S. Attitudes on Tax and Wealth
Special Report No. 166 Key Findings A new 2009 poll of tax attitudes finds a majority of U.S. adults still believe that the federal income taxes they pay are "too high" (56 percent). 4 in every 5 adults say the federal tax code is...
Fiscal Fact No. 102 Throughout the 2008 presidential campaign, candidates from both parties have applied the term "middle class" loosely to anyone who might benefit from their proposals. Economists rarely use the term and will typically use the...
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