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LOWELL, Mass. – A new national poll released Sunday shows neither Wall Street nor Occupy Wall Street conjuring up strong favorable impressions among the American public. But protesters fared better than their wealthy corporate.

More than 70 percent of Americans say big bonuses should be banned this year at Wall Street firms that took taxpayer bailouts, a Bloomberg National Poll shows. An additional one in six favors slapping a 50-percent tax on bonuses.

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton holds a four-point lead over Republican Donald Trump in the final NBC-Wall Street Journal poll released on Sunday. The NBC-Wall Street Journal poll showed.

A plurality of Americans do not approve of President Trump’s early performance in office, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. The survey released Sunday finds 44 percent of Americans approve of Mr. Trump’s first.

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Despite large majorities who think that Wall Street bankers are greedy, overpaid and dishonest, four in ten don’t have an opinion about the weeks-long protests, according to a new CNN/ORC International poll released Monday. Among those.

Ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl, a new poll shows a plummeting interest in the.

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A poll conducted by The Hill shows that a solid majority of Americans blame Washington more than Wall Street for the nation’s economic troubles. About 1/3 believe that Wall Street is primarily to blame: In the minds of likely voters,

Hillary Clinton enjoys a six-point lead over Donald Trump in the latest national NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, released on Wednesday afternoon. In a four-way race, Clinton takes 43 percent and Trump 37 percent, with Libertarian.

The new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll shows that Americans support the Occupy Wall Street protests by a two-to-one margin (37 percent in favor, 18 percent opposed) while more Americans view the Tea Party negatively (28 percent in.

Donald Trump hasn’t taken kindly to the new NBC News/Wall Street Journal national poll that put him in second place for the first time this primary season. "That phony Wall Street Journal poll that came out yesterday was, in my opinion, it.

One of the juicier nuggets in TIME’s wide-ranging new poll is that voters are embracing the Occupy Wall Street movement as they sour on the Tea Party. Twice as many respondents (54%) have a favorable impression of the.

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The Wall Street Journal named the state of Michigan as a battleground state when it comes to college football and compiled data from surveys over the past two years conducted by Public Policy Polling. The results showed that in.

It’s not just Goldman Sachs. Wall Street firms across the board deserve barbs from the public, according to a poll of financial industry marketing executives. A stunning 96%—virtually every last Wall Street pro in the poll—said people.

(Getty Images) Voters overwhelmingly say they want stronger regulations for banks and less Wall Street influence in Washington even as the financial crisis recedes into the past, according to a new poll released Tuesday by advocates.

Still, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows Main Street animus against bankers and their role in the financial crisis persists. (Click on http://link.reuters.com/sud23v for the results) The anti-Wall Street sentiment bodes ill for the sector: It serves.

A new national survey from Public Policy Polling (D) finds public opinion souring pretty quickly on the Occupy Wall Street movement. The poll asked: “Do you support or oppose the goals of the Occupy Wall Street movement?” The result.