Sunday, May 2, 2010

Rasmussen: 69% Of Americans Oppose Higher Taxes To Lower Deficit

President Obama has formed a 'Debt Commission' to propose ideas for reducing the deficit. Most of the buzz around this commission has been about the possibility of new taxes. A VAT tax or national sales tax are ideas getting the most play. A new Rasmussen survey has found sixty-nine percent (69%) of Americans are unwilling to pay higher taxes to reduce the deficit. Americans don't feel under-taxed. They want the massive spending spree in Washington to end. Spending reductions anyone?

Rasmussen reported:
Only 18% of Americans are willing to pay higher taxes to lower the federal budget deficit, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Democrats make spending reductions? You got to be kidding.