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Poll: Voters Want Less Taxes, Don't Want Cuts to Social Services


A majority of Illinois voters want to let the state’s temporary income tax increase expire next year.

 

But even bigger majorities don’t want to see cuts to essential state services like education, public safety, or aid to the poor.

 

The survey from the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute also finds a majority of voters think the state can address its fiscal crisis by eliminating waste and fraud.

 

While voters were generally opposed to new revenue, there was less resistance to expanding the state sales tax to include services or to taxing retirement income if the first $50,000 annually is exempt.

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