Poll: Americans’ faith in banks low after failures

A LAW ENFORCEMENT official, behind, stands in an entryway to a Silicon Valley Bank branch in Wellesley, Mass., on March 13, as customers and bystanders line up. Following the bank’s collapse earlier this month, a new poll finds that a majority say the government is not doing enough to regulate the industry. AP PHOTO/STEVEN SENN
WASHINGTON (AP) – Only 10% of U.S. adults say they have high confidence in the nation’s banks and other financial institutions, a new poll finds. That's down from the 22% who said they had high confidence in 2020. Following the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank this month, the poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for…

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