Hays The percentage of Kansans who support tax increases for corporations and high-income earners has been growing since 2009.
That's according to the latest survey from the Docking Institute of Public Affairs at Fort Hays State University. It finds tax increases for large corporations were favored by 63 percent of respondents. That's up from 54 percent in 2010 and 52 percent in 2009.
For top-income earners, 58 percent of respondents favored tax increases. That's up from 47 percent in 2010 and 41 percent in 2009.
Most respondents favor keeping current tax policies for the middle class and small businesses.
From June through September, 1,039 Kansas adults over the age of 18 completed the survey by mail and phone. The survey has a 3.04-percent margin of error.