Tax policy reform is king in this election.
That's the finding of a recent survey of 1,040 individuals conducted by WalletHub, a provider of free credit scores and reports.
Nearly 57 percent of participants said that "tax fairness" — what people should pay and how much — was more important than "whatever is best for the economy," which garnered close to 23 percent.
Meanwhile, 32 percent said they preferred Donald Trump's proposal to lower the top federal income tax bracket to 33 percent from its current 39.6 percent. WalletHub polled people online from Aug. 26 to Aug. 29 and the survey has a 3.1 percent margin of error.