BP122: Tanzania: Citizens’ perceptions and attitudes towards taxation, tax enforcement and tax officials

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Briefing papers
Aiko, Rose John

What are the popular opinions and attitudes among Tanzanians towards taxation and tax enforcement? Are public views supportive of, or a hindrance to, the country’s drive to attain higher revenues? The Afrobarometer surveys have been tracking public opinions and attitudes towards taxation in Tanzania since 2001. This brief uses this data to explore contemporary public opinions and attitudes towards taxation, tax enforcement and tax officials.

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