Support for more regulation of financial products and services is increasing, according to a poll released Tuesday by the Americans For Financial Reform and the Center for Responsible Lending.

“People do not think the job is done,” said Democratic pollster Celinda Lake, who was commissioned to do the study on the fifth anniversary of the Dodd-Frank Act.

The number climbed from 60 percent of adults last year to 66 percent this year. However, the respondents were not asked what specific rules, laws and enforcement activities they would like to see expanded.

The poll is the first major liberal pronouncement on the financial reform law a half decade after its passage. Conservative think tank the American Enterprise Institute will be coming out with its own analysis next week.

AFR was the primary liberal coalition of consumer and labor groups that pushed for Dodd Frank in the wake of the biggest national financial calamity since the Great Depression.

Basically, the 1,000 likely 2016 voters surveyed said the law pushed for by AFR and CRL was a job well done.

“Likes” to Dodd Frank were given by 80 percent of Democrats, 72 percent of independents and 65 percent of Republicans.

AFR Executive Director Lisa Donner said stiff financial regulation has become a core value for Americans across party lines.

While the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau continues to be a major target for House Financial Services Committee Chair Jeb Hensarling and other leading Republicans, 66 percent of GOP voters told the pollsters they support the agency’s mission and 61 percent approved of its enforcement actions against Bank of America and GE Capital.