The Tax Policy Center analysis also says about 1 in 8 households would get tax cuts.
The study says families earning less than $200,000 would experience tax cuts or increases averaging under $60 a year. The figures rise dramatically for better-off families, with those making over $1 million getting an average tax increase of $179,000.
A White House spokeswoman says Obama's budget would not raise taxes on any families making under $250,000.
She attributes the discrepancy, in part, to the center's decision to count Obama's corporate tax increases because many families own shares of companies.
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