Since 2000, there has been a downward trend in average effective tax rates for all but the richest taxpayers.
Top tax frustrations for Americans: The feeling that some corporations, wealthy people don’t pay fair share
61% of adults now say that the feeling that some corporations don’t pay their fair share bothers them a lot. 60% say this about some wealthy people.
Amid mounting public concern about violent crime in the U.S., Americans’ attitudes about police funding in their own community have shifted.
Americans show more support than opposition for two infrastructure bills; majorities favor raising taxes on large businesses and high-income households.
The gender gap in party identification remains the widest in a quarter century.
In Western Europe, most people back church-state separation even while many willingly pay church tax
Public support for the separation of church and state is widespread in Western Europe, even in countries that have a government-mandated church tax to fund religious institutions, according to a new analysis of a recent Pew Research Center study.
European countries that have mandatory church taxes are about as religious as their neighbors that don’t
In general, Western European countries that have a mandatory church tax aren’t any less religious than those that don’t have such a tax.
Sizable majorities of adults in six European countries with a mandatory tax say they pay it and few say they are likely to opt out.
As the April 15 tax deadline approaches, overall public views of the fairness of the nation’s tax system have changed only modestly since 2017, before passage of major tax legislation. However, partisan differences on tax fairness have increased considerably since then, and now are wider than at any point in at least two decades. Two […]
A month after Donald Trump and Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the public has mixed views of the sweeping tax overhaul and its long-term impact.