A Gallup Organization Inc. poll released last week shows that bankers interested in getting new securities powers are unlikely to find help in Congress.

In a survey of returning and newly elected members of Congress, pollsters found a more than two-to-one margin against granting banks the power to underwriter and deal in securities. Forty-six percent were opposed, 17% in favor, and 34% undecided.

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