Within 30 minutes of the Senate’s final vote on Wednesday, New York Times reporter Ann Carrns contacted Wakefield Research’s Paul Bragan for an interview regarding public opinion on the debit-card debate.
Wakefield Research’s Director of Quantitative Research Paul Bragan has explored and tracked public understanding and opinion of the interchange debate since 2008. Commenting on the low expectations consumers hold regarding pass-along savings from merchants and retailers, Carrns quotes Bragan multiple times in her article.
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