It’s official. Despite the attention-grabbing negative headlines about the profession over the past two years, a majority of large U.S. public companies say that by and large, they’re satisfied with their current auditor.

The findings were derived from a General Accounting Office study of 159 public corporations to get their views on audit fees, quality, independence and choice.

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