Voters strongly oppose action to retroactively limit tax inversions, according to a new poll released today by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s “Fair Reform for Growth” campaign. The nationwide survey of likely voters, conducted by Purple Insights, also found that when it comes to changing U.S tax law, voters do not want the president to take any action unilaterally. Additionally, they overwhelmingly agree that Washington needs to do its part by reforming the tax code for the first time in nearly 30 years.
– 84% agree that companies shouldn’t be punished for following the law.
– Only 5% of voters said they would like to see the President take unilateral action to change tax laws.
– 87% think Washington needs to do its part by updating the tax code as American workers face global competition.
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