Poll: Want a ‘Robin Hood tax’?

The New York Times this week reported on what appears to be a growing movement to impose what's being called a "Robin Hood tax" — a tiny levy on trades in financial markets that supporters say would take money from banks and give it to the world's poor.

The paper says people as diverse as the billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates and Pope Benedict XVI are backing the idea.

What do you think?

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