Gallup looked recently at state-by-state attitudes about taxes. Approximately three-quarters of the people living in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut say their state taxes are too high. That’s nearly four times as high as the number of Montanans who believe the same thing (19%). Gallup did offer this positive summary of the new polling data:
Although few likely relish paying their taxes, it is notable that in 26 states, fewer than half of residents say their state taxes are too high. So while the saying goes that only death and taxes are certain, evidently complaining about taxes isn’t.