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What percentage of Americans think the top 2% SHOULD have a tax INCREASE?

Asked By: Ro$e - 12/9/2010
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What percentage of americans are actually stupid enough to think that a tax increase on the top 2 percent will actually make their lives and this economy much better... More
Answered By: bmovies60 - 12/9/2010
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98 - but that doesn't make it other than theft.
Answered By: zhoukies - 12/9/2010
 
34%
Answered By: Taylor - 12/9/2010
 
Put it back to what it was. The deal that Bush made when he pushed them through in the first place.
Answered By: Matt - 12/9/2010
 
The majority. I'll look for a link... More
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Answered By: Reality has a Liberal Bias - 12/9/2010
 
I don't think those figures are known. It's more likely that data exists on the question of how many think they should have their current tax cut terminate at its scheduled time, since that's the question on the table right now.
Answered By: CAustin IV - 12/9/2010
 
However many are Democrats. Oh, I forgot, you asked how many Americans. Probably less than 10%.
Answered By: Sacra Veritas - 12/9/2010
 
Only the ones with their hands out
Answered By: Robert - 12/9/2010
 
67% apparently. According to the poll I found, 53% said the tax cuts should be continued just for people earning under $250k per year while 14% said the tax cuts should be allowed to expire for everyone.
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Answered By: Chewy Ivan 2 - 12/9/2010
 
There shouldn't be a tax increase on anybody,,,just so the Obamacrats can throw the money away on wasteful spending,,,,,to help their special groups,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Answered By: The Comma,, Lady,,,,, - 12/9/2010
 
The 33% that don't understand economics.
Answered By: Misha - 12/9/2010
 
Not even Repub psychopaths believe this - the belief is held only by the 2% - but they write those comfortable right wing lies for FOX FAKE "News" .
Answered By: Vulcan - 12/9/2010
 
About those tax cuts...Washington has spent every penny we ever gave them. Sending billions to foreign counties, that could care less about us. Paying billions to the UN for nothing. Congress votes themselves raises, have elaborate lifestyles, as with Pelosi, use of a private jet, well you get the picture. They... More
Answered By: ladydreamer24 - 12/9/2010
 
I like the comment, "The ones with their hands out." Lol! I'd make a guess that the majority of Americans would feel better about the government getting more deeply into ANY OF OUR POCKETS if they could get a handle on government irresponsible spending FIRST!
Answered By: Betsy - 12/9/2010
 
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