Poll: 56 Percent Think Romney Should Release Tax Returns For Last 12 Years

A strong majority of voters believe Mitt Romney should take a cue from his father when it comes to releasing his tax returns, a new poll released Tuesday shows.

The latest survey conducted by Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling (PPP) on behalf of Daily Kos and SEIU shows that 56 percent of American voters believe Romney should release his tax returns for the last 12 years, compared with only 34 percent who believe he should not.  

George Romney, the late former governor of Michigan and father of the presumptive Republican nominee, released 12 years’ worth of his tax returns when he ran for president in 1968, famously quipping that “one year could be a fluke.”