Cheating on taxes: A comparative study of opinion in six latin american countries and the USA

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This paper reports on the results of an empirical study that examined the opinions of a wide range of individuals in six Latin American countries and the USA. Data was taken from a wider study that gathered information on human beliefs and values in 85 countries. The present study had a sample size of 8,465. The question posed was whether the respondent would cheat on taxes if it were possible to do so. Responses were on a ten-point Likert scale. Results are reported overall and also by gender, age, education level and religious observance.
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