Banking behavior - customers who prefer to use a branch, 2012

Percentage of customers who prefer to use a branch for their various banking needs compared to virtual methods, in percent

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 21, 2012
Banking behavior - customers who prefer to use a branch, 2012 The statistic gives a breakdown of banking behavior in the United States in terms or whether customers prefer to use online banking or prefer to go to the branch personally in order to complete transactions or get advice. In this year, 33 percent of customers, described by the source as virtually domiciled, preferred to withdraw funds online, whereas 66 percent preferred to do it personally.
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Percentage of customers who prefer to use a branch for their various banking needs compared to virtual methods, in percent

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