Poll: Majority of Millionaires Like Warren’s Proposed Wealth Tax

A new poll shows that a majority of Americans, Democrat and Republican alike, support a wealth tax like the one proposed by 2020 presidential candidate and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the latest to follow other polls that show similar support for such a measure.

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Elizabeth Warren has proposed an "ultra-millionaire" tax on the wealthiest families. Taxing the rich to reduce income and wealth inequality has an obvious political appeal. Polls show a majority of.

Last week, Warren – who formed an exploratory committee ahead of a potential 2020 bid – detailed her wealth tax, which she is calling an "Ultra-Millionaire Tax." The tax would raise $2.75.

What James Free said. The millionaires polled would largely not be impacted by the "wealth tax". It’s sort of like the 2012 French interview where Will Smith was talking about being in favor of higher taxes in until he heard about France’s propose.

Poll: Majority of Millionaires Support Elizabeth Warren’s Proposed Wealth Tax. breitbart.com CNBC conducted the poll of 750 millionaires about Warren’s plan to put a two percent tax on wealthy people who have more than $50 million in assets and a three percent tax on those with assets of more than $1 billion, with 60 percent respon.

CNBC conducted the poll of 750 millionaires about Warren’s plan to put a two percent tax on wealthy people who have more than $50 million in assets and a three percent tax on those with assets of more than $1 billion, with 60 percent responding they would be okay with the new tax.

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 · Kris Stallard, a data analyst in Tulsa, Okla., backs a wealth tax in principle, but questions how it would work in practice. “Is the government going to.

CNBC conducted the poll of 750 millionaires about Warren’s plan to put a two percent tax on wealthy people who have more than $50 million in assets and a three percent tax on those with assets.