Paid $47K For 67 Interviews

The Canada Revenue Agency paid a pollster more than $47,000 to interview 67 poor people about how to file their taxes, according to records. The respondents were paid $90 to attend two-hour interviews, with the bulk of costs going to researchers: “Many of these individuals said they were not comfortable with numbers.”

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