A survey commissioned by the Center for Responsible Lending, Americans for Financial Reform, the AARP and the National Council of La Raza "found that 73% of voters, including both Republicans and Democrats, favor the Dodd-Frank Act and 66% of voters favored the creation of the CFPB," writes American Banker’s Victoria Finkle

The survey also found that 92% of the respondents would like to see simpler disclosures.

"The message for Congress is unmistakable: Voters across the board are intensely supportive of stronger consumer protections," said Lisa Donner of Americans for Financial Reform, in a press release.

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