The Washington Examiner reports:
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 of tougher rules on the financial industry.
Seventy-three percent of likely 2016 voters favor the provisions of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform law, the poll conducted by Democratic pollster Celinda Lake found. The poll was commissioned as the law's proponents and critics alike prepare to mark the five-year anniversary of its passage.
The full story is here.
A summary of the poll results is here.