Trust in Banks Still Recovering After Great Recession

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by Jim Quinn

Infographic: Trust in Banks Still Recovering After Great Recession | StatistaYou will find more infographics at Statista

The biggest economic downturn since the Great Depression has left lasting political and social ripple effects visible in today’s world of growing inequality and rising populism.

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Trust in banks has yet to rebound to its pre-recession levels 10 years after the Great Recession. Roughly 1 in 5 Americans don’t trust bankinginstitutions. While mistrust in banks shot up quickly after the recession began, it has been slow and stubborn coming down.

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