NEW POLL: Young Hispanics Prefer Spending Cuts Over Taxes
Majority Believe Taxes On Business Profits Are a Barrier to More Hiring
Generation Opportunity, the new, non-profit, non-partisan organization educating, engaging, and mobilizing young Americans 18-29 years old on the immediate and long-term economic challenges facing the nation – such as the lack of job opportunities and increasing debt and federal spending – is releasing telling new polling numbers on the views of young Hispanics. Hispanics 18-29 years old want to see less government interference, lower taxes on business profits, reduced federal spending in general, and specifically prefer more cuts in federal spending over raising new taxes to get the economy on track.
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