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The results of the latest Credit Union Times online voting poll show that, if there is a restructuring of the corporate credit union system, it should be handled by both the NCUA and credit unions. Forty-seven percent of voters said that a combination of the two would be the best way to handle a corporate credit union restructure. Twenty-eight percent of voters felt credit unions alone should handle the restructuring and 19% felt the NCUA alone should handle it. Four percent of voters said that they were not sure. Our new voting poll asks readers: How is auto lending doing at your credit union in 2009 versus 2008?

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