Washington, DC —79% of Americans agree we need sweeping laws to
reduce the influence of money in
- 66% of Americans disagree with the Supreme Court's decision that corporations are
people and therefore should be allowed to make unlimited political contributions.
- 85% of Americans would likely vote for a presidential candidate pledging strict rules on
- Americans trust Hillary Clinton (56%) more than Donald Trump (44%) to reduce the
influence of money in our political system.
These are findings from an Ipsos poll conducted June 17th -20th, 2016 on behalf of Issue
One. For the survey, a
sample of 1,006 adults age 18+ was collected from the continental U.S., Alaska and Hawaii.
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