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Study: Rich trust banks more than the poor

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Bank of Finland Institute for Economies in transition explained how socio-economic factors affecting the trust in banks.

On the other hand, the older and more educated, the less confidence in banks is enough.

These issues are reflected in the Bank of Finland Institute for Economies in transition survey.

The study is based has been used in the World Values ​​Survey, in which people were asked, among other things, their confidence in the banks.

In most countries, women trust banks more than men, and young people more than older people.

Protestants trust banks more than an average Muslims, Orthodox and atheists.

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