What's the profile of someone who thinks cheating on one's taxes is okay?
Using a General Social Survey question, this is what I found:
Thinking cheating on taxes is okay (sample size = 2,348, standardized coefficients)
City size .05*
Church attendance -.12***
So people who think cheating on taxes is not wrong are likely to be (from strongest to weakest): not religious, liberal, non-white, less educated, male, young, and living in a big city. Pretty close to a profile of a street criminal.
UPDATE: Amusing, isn't it, that liberals want to force you to turn over so much of your money to the government, but think it's fine to avoid paying their own taxes.
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