GOP approach vs. Obama's approach: share of tax cuts by income group in 2013

Average share of tax cuts to be received by different income groups in 2013 for the Republican and the Democratic party approach

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 20, 2012
GOP approach vs. Obama's approach: share of tax cuts by income group in 2013 This statistic shows the average share of tax cuts that would be received by different income groups in the United States in 2013, if either the Republican's or Democrat's political approach were to be implemented. Under a Republican party's approach, the richest 1 percent of Americans would receive 31.8 percent of all tax cuts.
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Average share of tax cuts to be received by different income groups in 2013 for the Republican and the Democratic party approach

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