If you've been hassling with your tax return as the April 15 filing deadline approaches, you may be interested to know that 8-in-10 of your fellow citizens (79%) consider not reporting all income on one's taxes to be morally wrong, while just 5% consider it morally acceptable and 14% say it's not a moral issue. (The only behavior on a list tested in a Pew Social Trends Survey that drew more moral condemnation than cheating on one's taxes is cheating on a spouse. Some 88% say it is morally wrong for married people to have an affair, while 3% say it is morally acceptable and 7% say it is not a moral issue.)

Source: Pew Research Center

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