From NetChoice

“The new NetChoice-Vrge Analytics research finds conclusively that among ordinary Utahns, such proposals are viewed as little more than a power and money grab. These findings largely track the results of 2014 polling conducted by Mercury, which found that Utahns opposed Internet sales tax legislation by a 15-point margin overall, including a 21-point margin among independents.” said Andrew Moylan, executive director, R Street Institute.


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