A new Gallup poll released on Wednesday shows that New Jersey residents really do not like to pay high taxes. The poll sampled Americans over a six-month period last year and asked them if they think they pay taxes that are too high. 78 percent of New Jersey residents replied that yes, they do., which was the highest rate in the country. The most favorable response to tax rates came from Wyoming.
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