The percentage of bank account holders who expect year-2000 disruptions has dwindled in recent months, federal regulators said Thursday.

Only 17% of the 1,400 bank customers surveyed last month by the Gallup Organization said automated teller machines will probably fail Jan. 1, compared with 42% of those polled in March. The proportion who believe checks will probably bounce fell to 16%, from 38%.

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