A third of Americans say Obama pays too much attention to the concerns of banks and financial institutions, the highest percentage for "too much attention" for any group asked about in the latest data from Pew Research Center. Roughly another third say he's paying the right amount of attention, while 21% say he's paid too little attention to the concerns of banks. Similarly, Americans are also divided on how much time Obama spends dealing with the concerns of business corporations: 25% say they get too much time, 21% say too little and 35% say about right.