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Public Is Still Not Sold On Trump's Tax Reform Plan

Donald Trump has bragged about how his new tax reform proposal will help the middle class. The American people are not buying those promises. They see that most of the cuts go to the rich and to corporations -- not the middle class.

Currently a majority (52%) oppose Trump's plan, while only about 34% support it -- a negative gap of 18 points. And about 68% don't think his plan will benefit them -- with 31% saying they will be worse off, and another 37% saying they would be paying about the same as now. Only 24% thought they would be better off under Trump's plan.

Also interesting is the fact that two-thirds of Americans (67%) still want Trump to release his income tax forms.

These charts reflect the results of a new CNN / SSRS Poll -- done between October 12th and 15th of a random national sample of 1,010 adults, with a margin of error of 3.5 points.

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Public Is Still Not Sold On Trump's Tax Reform Plan


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