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Poll Shows Divergence on Wealth, Taxes

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Poll Shows Divergence on Wealth, Taxes

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Poll Shows Divergence on Wealth, Taxes

Poll Shows Divergence on Wealth, Taxes

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A new survey says most Americans think high-income people don't pay their fair share of taxes. Yet most Americans also want the government to dump a tax paid almost entirely by the wealthy: the estate tax. These findings are in a poll by NPR, the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Kennedy School of Government. NPR's John Ydstie reports.

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