Huge majority demand ‘hated’ USC be scrapped in next October’s budget
Poll shows nearly seven out of ten voters want the tax gone, which is a seismic shift in public opinion in recent years
A large majority of voters, seven out of every ten, is demanding the abolition of the €5 billion a year Universal Social Charge before the next General Election, according to the latest Business Post/Red C poll.
With mounting anticipation of a General Election in the second half of 2024, the public is sending Finance Minister Michael McGrath a clear signal that they want to see the much-hated tax abolished in October’s budget.
The poll also ...