Journal: US Public on Auditing the Fed

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Eight of Ten Americans Want to Audit the Fed

Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke on Thursday voiced his opposition to legislation calling for regular audits of the Fed’s monetary policies, but 79% of Americans think auditing the Fed is a good idea.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that just seven percent (7%) of adults oppose auditing the Federal Reserve and making those results available to the public. Fourteen percent (14%) are not sure.

Phi Beta Iota: When combined withthe fact that over 43% of the eligible voters are not registered as Independent, the Ron Paul Audit the Fed phenomenom appears to indicate that the US voting public is now awake, paying attention, and ready to challenge the elite dominance of US federal policy of, by, and for the banks.

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