According to a survey carried out by the Orbis institute, the higher the income, the greater the support for changing the rules for tax collection; administrative reform is supported by 51.6% of respondents
Pending in the National Congress, the tax reform is approved by 55.1% of Brazilians. This is what shows the exclusive research carried out by World plan and commissioned by Young pan. On Thursday, 11, the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Arthur Lira (PP-AL), stated that he expects the report of the matter to be presented later this week. The first part of the proposal sent by the President’s government Jair Bolsonaro the Legislative provides for the unification of PIS and Cofins and the creation of a new tax on added value, with the name of Social Contribution on Operations with Goods and Services (CBS). Among the interviewees, 55.1% are in favor of tax reform, rejected by 17.9% and another 27% did not know how to express their opinion. The highest approval rate occurs among men (71.6%) – among women, 42.3% approve the tax reform.
Considering the stratum by age group, changes in the rules for tax collection are best assessed by people between 36 and 65 years old (61.4%) and 26 and 35 years old (58.4%). The survey also shows that the higher the income, the greater the support for the proposal. Among those earning up to R $ 1,045 per month, 38.5% are favorable; the index rises to 94.1% among those who receive more than R $ 15 thousand. On January 25 of this year, the Young pan launched the campaign “Brazil cannot wait any longer”, in support of the necessary structural reforms for the country. THE page gathers testimonies from businessmen, leaders and authorities in favor of the reforms.
The research commissioned by Young pan it also shows that the administrative reform is approved by 51.6%, rejected by 19.6% and another 28.8% did not know how to express their opinion. The president of the Chamber of Deputies, Arthur Lira, affirmed that the deputies should begin to deal this week with the admissibility of administrative reform in the Constitution and Justice Commission (CCJ). As in the case of tax reform, the proposal that changes the rules for future servants of the Executive, Legislative and Judiciary branches of the Union, states and municipalities has greater approval among people aged 36 to 65 years (56.1%) and 26 35 years (52.7%). In terms of income, the greatest approval for the administrative reform occurs among those who receive more than R $ 15 thousand per month, followed by those with salaries between R $ 2 thousand and R $ 5,000 per month. The lowest approval rate occurs among those who receive, at most, a minimum wage (R $ 1,045). The survey included 1,641 interviews across the country, conducted between 11 and 12 March. The margin of error is 2.43% and the confidence level is 95%.