* Those who shopped around: 25 pct in 2011 vs 33 pct in 2010 * Despite rise in advertising, fewer seek change * The Hartford gets top satisfaction score April 30 (Reuters) - Fewer U.S. car owners than ever are looking to switch auto insurance carriers, even as the companies boost spending to attract new business, market research company J.D. Power and Associates found in a new survey released on Monday. One in four customers shopped for a new insurer in 2011, down from one in three in 2010, ...
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