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I think you might be projecting European attitudes to America. There are certainly people in the US who would enthusiastically support any legislation against the big business, but most of them are already committed Sunders’ supporters. The majority of the public is likely to be either hostile or indifferent to the idea of splitting the banks.






I think you are right - but the European attitude is to coddle the banks. Take HSBC - its a European (UK) bank and the UK doesn't do anything about them and their laundering. Another example is UBS - again a European bank - with a long history of shady dealing.
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In the US 58% support breaking up the big banks ( http://blogs.wsj.com/moneybeat/2015/01/20/breaking-up-the-big-banks-new-poll-suggest-voters-are-in-favor/ ).
Even among Republican's there a majority in favor of splitting up the banks.
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