While credit union membership is rising nationwide, several New England states have been bucking the trend.

Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut were the biggest losers. Total credit union membership for those three states fell to 2.8 million in 1992, a 14.5% dive since 1989, according to statistics compiled by the Credit Union National Association, an industry trade group.

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