When asked which, if any, of the five biggest banks in their country had committed the worst abuses of the financial system, 19% of the YouGov/Avaaz UK survey sample picked Barclays, followed by RBS (12%), Lloyds (3%), HSBC (2%) and Santander (1%).
Another 36% said they were all equally to blame. Only 1% said none were to blame, and the rest didn't know.
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