Polls

Post-Election Polling Shows the Public Opposes Tax Cuts for Corporations and the Wealthy

For a PDF of this document, click here. MEMORANDUM FR:       Frank Clemente, Executive Director Americans for Tax Fairness RE:       Post-Election Polling Shows the Public Opposes Tax Cuts for Corporations and the Wealthy DT:       February 7, 2017 Donald Trump and Congressional Republicans are misguided in their efforts to claim a mandate […]

Recent Polling on Tax Fairness and Inequality Issues

From Gallup, these numbers probably make the strongest case and they are consistent with the trends in recent years.  (April 6-10, 2016; Q26) As I read off some different groups, please tell me if you think they are paying their FAIR share in federal taxes, paying too MUCH or paying too LITTLE?  Fair Share Too […]

Compilation of Polling Questions on Tax Fairness Issues 2012-2015

Americans for Tax Fairness has conducted an extensive online search of public polls conducted over the last few years posing questions on tax issues. We found that media outlets do very limited polling on tax issues – typically a question or two when an issue is being publicly debated in Congress. The most relevant questions […]

October 2013 Poll: Winning the Budget Debate

Hart Research Associates conducted a poll in October 2013 that showed voters want politicians in Washington, D.C., to require the wealthy and big corporations to pay more in taxes, in order to reduce cuts to spending on federal services like education, health care and medical research. Learn more about the poll and its results from […]

Post Fiscal Cliff Polling

Americans for Tax Fairness and Hart Polling conducted a poll that shows that even after the fiscal cliff debate in December 2012, Americans still support progressive tax reform. A majority of Americans support asking the wealthiest 2 percent of Americans and large corporations to pay their fair share of taxes. Find the associated data and […]

2012 Election Night Surveys

On Election Night 2012, ATF conducted three polls of voters in the general election. Download a PowerPoint of those polls.