It was five years ago today that the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill was signed into law, bringing arguably the most fundamental changes to this country’s banking system since the Great Depression.
AEI, the American Enterprise Institute, is out with a five-year retrospective of Dodd-Frank in which it reprises some old polling data from when the bill was being debated, including this question:
As you may know, Congress is working on major legislation dealing with the regulation of banks and financial institutions. Thinking about the issue, do you think legislation to regulate banks and financial institutions is …
Sixty percent of people said banking regulations are interesting.
Who are those people?
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