Mutual funds’ support for corporate political disclosure dipped slightly in 2012 from its record high in the previous year, according to an analysis by the Center for Political Accountability. The review looked at how 40 of the largest mutual fund families voted on CPA’s model shareholder resolution that asked companies to disclose their political spending from corporate funds. It found that these fund families supported corporate political disclosure about 34 percent of the time in 2012, on average, compared with 35 percent in 2011.

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