From The Advocate:

The survey of 400 likely voters was conducted June 4-5 on behalf of the National Taxpayers Union, which lobbies for lower taxes, and the R Street Institute, a free-market think tank based in Washington, D.C.

 Andrew Moylan, the executive director for R Street, said the results were in line with a Gallup poll taken in June 2013 that indicated widespread disapproval toward a change in Internet sales tax law. Moylan noted that the measure was widely opposed across the board by Louisiana residents of all stripes, from conservative and liberal voters to frequent and infrequent online shoppers.


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