Poll shows Oklahomans oppose income tax cut plans

A poll released by the Oklahoma Advocacy Project shows strong opposition among Oklahomans to reducing and eliminating the state income tax. The poll finds that large majorities oppose a tax cut if it means less funding for schools, roads, and public safety. The poll also shows voter concern that cutting the income tax will lead to higher sales and property taxes to make up for lost revenues.

CLICK HERE for the memo and survey results from pollster Global Strategy

CLICK HERE for charts with the poll’s major findings

CLICK HERE for the press release from the Oklahoma Advocacy Project

CLICK HERE for our blog post addressing a previous Sooner Survey poll on the income tax

For more on the income tax debate, go to our Tax Reform Information page and our Take Action page


Oklahoma Policy Insititute (OK Policy) advances equitable and fiscally responsible policies that expand opportunity for all Oklahomans through non-partisan research, analysis, and advocacy.

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