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POLL: 86% of Americans think that Wells Fargo's CEO should resign

An overwhelming majority of people surveyed over the weekend think Wells Fargo's CEO should resign after a recent accounts scandal at the bank, according to a poll released Monday.SurveyMonkey polled 507 adults on Sept. 24 and 25, and 86% said that the bank chief should step down after employees opened 2 million accounts for customers without their knowledge. The survey also found that 71% of Americans think that Wells Fargo is an "untrustworthy bank" according to SurveyMonkey and 80% said if they were a Wells Fargo customer they would consider closing their accounts.
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