Americans’ Confidence in Banks Up for First Time in Years

Americans’ confidence in U.S. banks increased to 26% in June, up from the record low of 21% a year ago. The percentage of Americans saying they have “a great deal” or “quite a lot” of confidence in U.S. banks is now at its highest point since June 2008, but remains well below its pre-recession level of 41%, measured in June 2007. [cont.]

Dennis Jacobe, Gallup