A survey of GB adults on behalf of ActionAid on tax avoidance.
- Eight in ten (84%) British adults say the next UK Government should take action to ensure British multinational companies do not avoid paying tax in developing countries where they operate.
- Nine in ten (89%) British adults say they think tax avoidance by large companies is morally wrong, even if it is legal.
- The vast majority (84%) of British adults say they think the next UK Government should ensure so-called ‘tax havens’ linked to the UK are more transparent.
Date Published: 16/05/2017
Categories: Economy | Finance | GB | Public and communities
ComRes interviewed 2,033 GB adults online between 5th and 7th May 2017. Data were weighted to be demographically representative of all GB adults.