Data for Progress found that 67% of voters support banning lawmakers from trading stocks.
That figure jumped to 74% when voters were given reasons for and against a ban.
But Pelosi continues to resist a ban, opting to consider raising penalties for STOCK Act violations.
Asked if they would support or oppose a bill that would ban members of Congress and their senior congressional staff from buying and selling individual stocks, 43% of voters said they strongly supported a ban, while another 24% were somewhat supportive.
Support then jumped to 74%, while just 19% said they would oppose such a bill.
Several proposals to ban stock trading have emerged in the last week, including a bill sponsored by Democratic Sens.
Asked about Insider's project, Pelosi affirmed that members of Congress should report in a timely manner, but was dismissive of a broader stock trading ban. »