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UK election 2015: support for raise of inheritance tax threshold by voting intent

This statistic shows the support of the proposal of raising the threshold for inheritance tax from 325 thousand British pounds to 500 thousand British pounds in Great Britain in 2015 by voting intention. 86 percent of the respondents intending to vote for the conservative party supported the proposal. Whilst only 44 percent of the respondents intending to vote for the labour party were of the same opinion.

Share of survey respondents who support the proposal of raising the threshold for inheritance tax from 325 thousand pounds to 500 thousand pounds in Great Britain as of April 2015, by voting intention

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Source

Release date

April 2015

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

April 12 to 13, 2015

Number of respondents

2,444*

Special properties

British adults

Supplementary notes

Original survey question: "There has been a proposal for raising the threshold for inheritance tax from £325k to £500k, meaning a couple can leave up to £1million to their children before paying inheritance tax. Do you support or oppose this policy?"

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