Economics Made Economical

No Confidence In Banks!

36% of the American public has little to no confidence in banks in 2011. This number has increased from 30% in 2010 and is the highest percentage on record.

In 2011, just 23% of Americans claim to have strong confidence in our banks, a near-record low surpassed only by 2009’s 22% who said the same.

These numbers bode well for the future of our economy; people are realizing to place the blame where it belongs. In order to effect real change, however, we must put our money where our mouth is (pardon the pun) and cease doing any business with corrupt banks.

We must also hold our representatives accountable for any future bank bailouts they vote in favor of.


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