Banks are selling fewer products to their primary customers than credit unions do, according to a new survey.

Customers who classified credit unions as their primary financial services provider bought an average of four products. Bank customers bought 3.3 products on average, according to the results of a poll released last week by PSI Global, a financial services market research firm in Tampa.

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