05/11/2010 - Maine residents overwhelmingly support Wall Street reforms. That's according to a Pew survey of 500 likely Maine voters conducted in late April.
The survey, commissioned by the Pew Financial Reform Project and conducted by the Mellman Group and Voter/Consumer Research, Inc., found that 58 percent of voters believe financial reform is a top priority, compared with 30 percent who think Congress and the president have more important work to do.
Read the article Survey: Mainers Overwhelmingly Support Wall Street Reforms in its entirety on the Maine Public Broadcasting Network Web site.
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