MADRID, 5 Ago. (EUROPA PRESS) -
41% of Spaniards consider that in Spain a lot is paid in taxes, compared to 46.5% who consider that regular and 9.6% that little, while almost 80% do not believe that taxes are paid with justice and more than 90% think that there is a lot or a lot of tax fraud, according to the study 'Public Opinion and Fiscal Policy (XXXIX)' carried out by the Center for Sociological Research (CIS).
The study, published this Friday and collected by Europa Press, has been carried out on the basis of 2,543 interviews between July 21 and 30 with people over 18 years of age from 900 municipalities and 50 provinces, and shows that 34.3% of Spaniards think that more taxes are paid in Spain compared to other more advanced countries in Europe, compared to 16.7% who believe that they pay the same and 35.9% who say that there is less tax burden.
In their answers, 79.9% of those surveyed indicated that taxes are not collected fairly and that those who have the most do not pay, compared to 17.4% who affirm that there is justice in the payment of taxes. In addition, taking into account the existing public services and social benefits, 55.7% maintain that society benefits little or nothing from what is paid in taxes and contributions.
What is more, 62% state that they receive less from the Administration than what they pay in taxes and contributions, 28.7% emphasize that they receive more or less what they pay, and only 6.6% believe that they receive more than Administration of what you pay.