Internet users discuss the results of the VTsIOM support for the poor survey.
According to the results of the VTsIOM poll, most of our compatriots have expressed their willingness to pay higher taxes in order to subsequently provide state support to low-income citizens.
54% of the survey respondents accepted this option during the survey, provided that the support is to provide a range of free services, including security services, education and health.
It should be noted that the majority of those who supported the hiking tax are people aged 60 and over.
28% of those surveyed chose the option with low taxes, which they believe will help everyone in the country manage their money better.
83% of respondents are in favor of a progressive tax schedule.
13% supported the same rate regardless of income, writes RBC.
Network users on RIA Novosti's website were fiercely outraged in the post's comments.
Many are afraid that after the announced results of these polls the country will again raise taxes & # 8220; at the request of workers & # 8221;.
& # 8220; I don't know those who agree to pay more taxes, but the needy, who constantly receive state support, are well known to everyone, Sechin, Miller, Usmanov and so on & # 8230 ; & # 8221; & # 8211; writes Dmitry Serov.
& # 8220; Are these the same Russians who were eager to raise the retirement age? Are they for a four-day work week (with a corresponding pay cut)? & # 8221 ;, & # 8211; asks Axel Foley.
& # 8220; I understand that this investigation & # 8211; the day before the next pseudo-reforms directed against the people .. when will it stop? & # 8221 ;, & # 8211; underlines Alina Bogdanova.
& # 8220; What naivety. Really, the majority of our people are for raising pensions and taxes & # 8221;, & # 8211; Vasily Semyonov is surprised.
& # 8220; I don't know who was interviewed there, but personally I don't support this & # 8221 ;, & # 8211; says Blade 1.
& # 8220; This is nonsense. Who are these & # 8220; most Russians & # 8221; and which falls under the category & # 8220; poor & # 8221; ???? I have a salary of 30,000. Am I the first or the second ??? & # 8221 ;, & # 8211; asks Dmitry Popov.
& # 8220; Which Russians are willing to pay the poor MORE taxes? What nonsense ?! Take the taxes of your Rothenbergs and their companies, sell the palaces and distribute them to the poor! & # 8221 ;, & # 8211; Malyuta Skuratov advises.
Earlier, TopNews wrote that Russia may impose a tax on foreign social media advertising on Russian bloggers.
It is expected that the payments can bring to the budget billions of rubles.