New Mexicans overwhelmingly oppose spending cuts on education and health care for the poor. But they also don’t want to see taxes on gasoline or internet purchases. They are willing to raise taxes on booze or tobacco and on those earning $200,000 or more a year, however. That’s according to a new poll commissioned by the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty. “I think if you look at the percentage of folks who oppose education or Medicaid cuts, that percentage far outweighs the percentage of opposition there might be to any of the revenue measures,” said Edward Tabet-Cubero, executive director of the center.