Even with a recent laundry list of new taxes championed by the Emanuel Administration to fix the city’s long standing pension problems, there’s “no brewing tax revolt” among Chicagoans, according to a new poll conducted by the left-leaning polling firm Anzalone Liszt Grove.

First reported by Capitol Fax, the Washington D.C.-based polling firm released the results of a survey conducted of 600 Chicago voters on behalf of the Illinois Economic Policy Institute, a nonprofit, pro-labor think tank. The survey sought to determine “whether the building media narrative about a Chicago tax revolt had a basis in public opinion.”

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