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Rasmussen Reports released a new national phone and online survey that shows 64 percent of likely U.S. voters oppose increasing taxes. Just 22 percent support increasing taxes.

Forty-five percent of voters told Rasmussen Reports the current level of federal taxes is already too high. Just 13 percent said they are too low.

Even though Democrats are more supportive of increased taxes, only 33 percent said they would support increasing them. Forty-three percent of Democrats oppose a tax increase.

A whopping 82 percent of Republicans oppose increasing taxes. That number is similar to the 70 percent of unaffiliated voters who oppose increased taxes.

Author: Jacob Hall


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