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Tuesday, September 06, 2005

What's Hodgson's response to this?

The Herald reports most senior executives want business and personal taxes cut and some want the company tax to drop to 25 per cent.

The survey undertaken (Mood of the Boardroom) found that 98.9 per cent of chief executives thought taxes should be reduced.

What's more telling is this. More than half don't think the National Party's company tax cut plan goes far enough. That's why National, and indeed business, needs Act.

Which party is the only party not offering tax cuts? Labour. Even the Greens and the Progressives favour a reduction.

Who do chief executives favour as Finance Minister? John Key. Just 11 per cent named Cullen as their preferred finance minister.

I actually don't know Pete Hodgson's answer to these results. But I can guess.

"The survey is clearly a rogue survey. It is wrong".
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Posted by Gooner | 9/06/2005 09:50:00 am


Anonymous Anonymous said...

yes only old pete hodgson can read the mood change of country, and those three polls in a rogue, well yous dont worry Labour because uncle peter hodgson soon to retire,

9/06/2005 11:41:00 am  
Blogger Jordan said...

Oh My God! Highly paid business people want a tax cut!!!

Stop the presses! This is news!!!

9/06/2005 03:12:00 pm  

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