The Occupy Wall Street movement brought a lot of negative attention to large banks, but it apparently didn't do much lasting damage to their reputations.

In a recent survey conducted by the American Customer Satisfaction Index, only one bank — Bank of America (BAC) — was ranked among the top 15 most-hated companies and, for the second straight year, no banks ranked among the top 10.

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