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New research from the Consumer Federation of America shows that the nation’s two largest auto insurers, State Farm and Allstate, charge lower- and moderate-income drivers with poor credit scores much higher premiums than drivers with excellent scores, even as surveys that show a majority of Americans are against the use of credit scores for the pricing of insurance policies. 

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