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45% Say Taxes Will Go Up If Kerry Wins

Monday, October 18, 2004

At the Town Hall Debate, Senator John Kerry pledged that he would not raise taxes on anybody earning less than $200,000 a year. At that level, he estimated, only 2% of Americans would see a change in their taxes. Despite that assurance, 45% of American voters believe their own taxes will go up if Kerry is elected President on November 2. Just 15% believe their taxes would go down in a Kerry Administration while 32% believe they would remain unchanged.

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