Majority say Mitt Romney should release tax returns

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A new USA Today/Gallup poll finds that Americans, by a 54% to 37% margin, say Mitt Romney should release his tax returns from additional years.

Those calling for more disclosure include 75% of Democrats, 53% of independents and 30% of Republicans.

Also interesting: “While 42% predict the release of additional returns would not reveal anything politically harmful, 44% believe it would include damaging information — including 15% who say they believe the revelations would be so serious that they would ‘show he is unfit to be president.'”

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