Public don’t want tax cuts at expense of public services, poll reveals

The latest survey by the Business Post and Red C reveals that 52 per cent opposed tax cuts in the budget if it meant less public spending

27th June, 2021
Public don’t want tax cuts at expense of public services, poll reveals
Leo Varadkar: signalling that tax cuts need to be considered. Picture: Photocall Ireland

Voters are opposed to tax cuts in the forthcoming budget if it would have a knock-on effect on public services, according to the latest Business Post/Red C poll.

Leo Varadkar, the Tánaiste, has been signalling that tax cuts need to be considered, and there is a commitment in the programme for government to review income tax bands and credits.

The latest Business Post/Red C online poll of more than1,000 people found that...

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