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|Friday, August 14, 2009|
This week's poll asking about the cash for clunkers program closes out with the majority voting that the federal program is a waste of money. The second most-popular opinion is that the program at least is better than cash for bankers.
Seems the ire toward the financial sector hasn't cooled, even though pundits are saying they see the end of the recession.
Consumer groups are also on the case. They've called on the Department of Transportation to crack down on dealerships offering questionable sales terms to customers participating in the program.
The CEO at Doussard Family Industries also weighs in on the advisability of the program.
A new poll on the credit crunch posts on Monday.
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