FEWER JERSEYANS’ REPORT BENEFITS FROM THE 30% STATE INCOME TAX REDUCTION; ATTITUDES TOWARD FEDERAL TAX CUTS AND MEDICARE

Posted at 12:01 am November 26, 1995, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, Healthcare, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll, Taxes

New Jerseyans’ expectations to benefit from the 30% state income tax reduction have been on a decline since February 1994. Currently 31 percent feel they have benefited from the tax cut program which is a 17 percentage point decrease from the beginning of Governor Christie Todd Whitman’s C term in office when 48 percent of the states residents thought they would gain from the 30% tax reduction. Even though residents say they have not benefited from the tax reduction, a majority of New Jerseyans are satisfied with the program.

 

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