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Title: Consulting the American People on the 2001/2003 Tax Cuts: A Study by the Program for Public Consultation and Knowledge Networks
Authors: Kull, Steven
Ramsay, Clay
Lewis, Evan
Subias, Stefan
Type: Article
Keywords: public opinion
tax cuts
American economy
budget deficit
2013 budget
Issue Date: Feb-2012
Abstract: These are the results of a poll conducted by The Program for Public Consultation on public opinion of 2013 U.S. proposed tax cuts. It is part of a series of in-depth consultations on issues relating to the American economy—including a major study, released in February 2011, on how the public would deal with the budget deficit, and a study on temporary payroll tax cuts for employees and employers (December 2011). Please contact PPC if you would like a detailed sample design.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1903/13292
Appears in Collections:Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA)

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US public - Payroll Tax cut proposals -- Dec 2011.savStatistics107.18 kBSPSS214View/Open

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