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More than half of Australian voters would back an increase in the 10 per cent goods and services tax if adequate compensation could be paid to the poor and other taxes are trimmed, according to the latest Fairfax Ipsos poll.
The result, which confounds the orthodox view that Australians would never vote to pay more tax, especially over the counter, provides Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull with a historic opportunity to enact wider and long-overdue tax reform.
Read the full story at The Sydney Morning Herald.