An overwhelming majority of Estonians oppose the introduction of a proposed car tax, according to a Norstat poll conducted in July 2023 for the Institute of Societal Studies (YI), ERR reports. The survey showed that 72% opposed and 21% supported the car tax. The remainder had no opinion. Altogether 80% of households polled had a car, and 77% of them opposed and 18% supported the car tax. Meanwhile, 50% of those without a car opposed and 35% supported the tax. Support for the car tax was stronger among voters of the three coalition parties. Estonian Reform Party voters were the only demographic group where support for the tax was higher than opposition. By contrast, voters of opposition parties are very strongly opposed to the car tax.