Americans Want To See What’s In Mitt Romney’s Tax Returns
Romney, the multi millionaire Mormom business man, wants to lead the U.S. in a time of extreme economic upheaval. 1 in 2 Americans are now living in poverty according to latest census data. Isn’t it fair that we get a little glimpse into how this dude manages his own fiscal affairs before he runs everyone else’s?
Grant J. Kidney
Business Insider — Fifty-six percent of Americans think Mitt Romney should release his tax returns from the last 12 years while 34 percent think he should not, according to a new poll from Public Policy Polling. Among Independent voters, 61 percent want Romney to release his returns, while just 27 percent say he shouldn’t.
The left-leaning Public Policy Polling is the first to measure whether voters think Romney should release his tax returns, and it finds that, overwhelmingly, people are curious.
PPP’s 12 years of returns as a benchmark is significant for two reasons — because Obama has released 12 years of returns and because Romney’s father, George, disclosed 12 years during his 1968 White House bid.