Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Voters Favor Property Tax Repeal
WISH-TV's latest poll shows widespread popular support in the state of Indiana for repealing the property tax. By a margin of 55%-40%, Hoosiers agree property taxes should be repealed. They are undecided, however, about how to replace those revenues. The largest number, 38%, chose gaming revenues. Over a quarter favored the sales tax, while only 14% would reinstate the business inventory tax. Only 6% favored a local income tax to replace the property tax. About a tenth said services should be cut. Click here for the entire poll results.