Nearly five years after the financial crisis, a new national poll shows continued bipartisan support for tough regulation of the financial industry and its products and services, along with a pervasive sense that more needs to be done.
A sweeping majority of voters (78%) believe that financial rules and enforcement need to be strengthened, and that
By a 3:1 margin, voters agree that getting tougher on
Four years after passage of the Dodd-Frank financial reform law, voters overwhelmingly back its extension of oversight to previously unregulated entities. Once again, party-line differences are modest, with 86% of Democrats, 69% of Independents, and 68% of Republicans voicing support.
Four-fifths of all voters express concern over the political influence of
The survey documents strong and bipartisan support for the
View the topline results of the polling (http://www.responsiblelending.org/media-center/press-releases/pdf/toplines-AFR-public-071114.pdf)
View the summary memo (http://www.responsiblelending.org/media-center/press-releases/pdf/publicmemo-AFR-REV-f-071114.pdf)
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