November 11, 2013
A 2009 Rasmussen poll found that 79 percent of the American public is in favor of auditing the Federal Reserve.
The numbers have remained fairly constant for years. Specifically, a brand new Rassumussen poll finds:
Americans still overwhelmingly favor a public audit of the Federal Reserve, perhaps in part because a sizable number think the Fed chairman has too much power over the economy.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 74% of American Adults favor auditing the Federal Reserve and making the results available to the public. Just 10% oppose such an audit
The people are right: numerous high-level economists say the Fed has to be substantially reined in … or ended.