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2013 AARP Annotated Survey and Methodology of Nebraska Resident Age 18+ On Taxes

Nebraska conducted a telephone survey of residents 18+ to gauge their opinions on state taxes. 

Key findings include:

  • About a quarter of respondents think the current state and local tax system is a fair one.
  • Nearly half of respondents (46%) believe that all taxpayers should pay exactly the same percentage of state and local income taxes regardless of their income.
  • Less than half of respondents (44%) believe that higher income tax payers should pay a higher percentage of their income for state and local taxes than lower income taxpayers.

This AARP Survey obtained telephone interviews of 807 respondents aged 18+ who were residents of Nebraska.  The interviews were conducted in English on landline telephones by Woelfel Research, Inc. from November 21 – December 2, 2013.  The results from the study were weighted by age and gender.   For more information, contact Cassandra Burton at 202-434-3547.

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