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Did the royal commission recommendations go far enough?
Yes
9%
70
No
84%
659
Unsure
7%
57
786 Responses from 788 Respondents
Do you think victims should be compensated for financial and emotional damage?
Yes
80%
633
No
14%
114
Unsure
5%
41
788 Responses
Who should pay for that compensation?
The Government (essentially taxpayers)
3%
20
The banking and finance industry
97%
768
788 Responses
Are you confident that they will be sufficiently compensated?
Yes
4%
32
No
83%
657
Unsure
13%
99
788 Responses
Has the report restored some of your faith in the banking and finance sector?
Yes, fully
3%
20
Somewhat
11%
90
No
37%
293
Not really
23%
184
Not yet
23%
185
I've always trusted the banking and finance industry
2%
16
788 Responses
Are you confident that ASIC and APRA will take sufficient action against white-collar criminals?
Yes
4%
34
No
82%
643
Unsure
14%
111
788 Responses
Should the government do more to bring culpable individuals and institutions to justice?
Yes
94%
738
No
4%
33
Unsure
2%
17
788 Responses
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