The BusinessWeek/Ipsos-Reid Poll: Investors Feel Betrayed

Investors Remain In Stocks, But Want Business To Clean Up Act & Regulators To Beef Up Policing

On February 11, 2002, in a poll for Business Week, Ipsos-Reid U.S. Public Affairs interviewed a representative sample of 768 U.S. adults nationwide by telephone, including an oversample that brought to 619 the number of investors in the sample. The margin of error is +/- 3.6% for all adults, +/- 4.0% for all investors.

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The survey was conducted by Ipsos-Reid U.S. Public Affairs, the Washington, D.C.-based division of Ipsos-Reid, which is part of the world's fourth largest polling and market research organization, the Ipsos group, based in Paris. Ipsos-Reid U.S. Public Affairs is a non-partisan, objective public affairs research organization made up of Democratic and Republican campaign and political polling veterans. It was established in Washington in August 2001, and it is led by Thomas Riehle, who has more than 15 years of experience as a political pollster in Washington.

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