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Confidence in banks in the United States 2007-2012, by region

This statistic shows the level of confidence that Americans from different regions in the United States had in banks from 2007 to 2012. In June 2012, 24 percent of survey respondents who lived in the east, reported that they had either a great deal or quite a lot of confidence in banks as compared to 17 percent in the midwest.

American's confidence in banks in the United States from 2007 to 2012, by region

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Release date

June 2012


United States

Survey time period

2007 to 2012

Number of respondents

Approx 1,000 each time

Age group

8-19 years

Method of interview

Telephone interview

Supplementary notes

Original question: Please tell me how much confidence you, yourself, have in banks: a great deal, quite a lot, some, or very little?

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