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Nearly three-quarters of Americans wouldn't buy a car from a bankrupt company, according to a recent survey.

In a nationwide survey by the Cincinnati-based research firm Directions Research Inc. published Friday, only 26 percent of respondents said they would purchase or lease a new car from a manufacturer that had declared bankruptcy.

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....would the fesults be different if the question was: "Would you buy a car from GM if they declared bankruptcy???"

....just wondering....

Yoda
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