From The Hill:

Two groups opposed to an Internet sales tax are touting a poll that shows members who support it could be punished by voters. 

The poll conducted for the National Taxpayers Union and the R Street Institute finds 57 percent of voters oppose the plan to allow states to collect a sales tax on Internet purchases from wholesalers with no physical presence in their states. Just 35 percent approve of the idea.

That number falls even lower with Republicans: Two thirds oppose the plan, while just 27 percent support it.

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