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Published: Mar 20, 2023 3 min read
Collage of Bank pillars and Dollar bill with people concerned
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The collapses of three major U.S. banks this month shook the nation — but not Americans’ confidence that their money is safe, according to a new poll.

Research firm Morning Consult surveyed U.S. adults about whether they still trust banks and found that the majority said they weren't worried about the security of their money following the failure of Silicon Valley Bank, Silvergate and Signature Bank. However, Americans reported trusting some types of financial institutions more than others.

What the survey says