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OCEAN CITY, Md. — Maryland and Washington, D.C. “likely voters” look most favorably on credit unions for returning their profits to their members and assisting low-income members.

Eighty-eight percent of likely voters in Maryland view credit unions favorably in light of returning their earnings to their members in the form of lower rates on loans, lower fees, and higher rates on deposits, according to polling sponsored by the Maryland & D.C. Credit Union Association. Washington, D.C. voters responded similarly at 86% on the same question as well as 86% favorably for providing special programs for low-income households and teaching them financial skills. Among likely Maryland voters, this was also rated favorably at 84%.

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