H&R Block says this election is mostly about taxes for 28% of voters, influences 70%

Sad woman on her taxes-paperwork covered desk desperately looking at the cameraBelow you can find my latest Financial Post blog, which looks at an H&R Block survey released today that found 70% of Canadians of voting age say the personal tax implications of party platforms “influence” their vote. And a whopping 28% felt tax was the “primary” factor affecting their vote.

You can put me in the latter category too! How about you?

Feel free to append comments below  or in the comments section under the full FP blog, which you can find by clicking on this headline: For many Canadians, this election is about taxes.

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