Most bank customers are not worried that the year-2000 computer bug will cause trouble with their bank accounts, a survey suggests.

Seventy percent of the consumer customers and 71% of the commercial customers surveyed for Hibernia National Bank of New Orleans in mid-November said they planned no unusual action involving their Hibernia accounts. Only 7% said they were "very concerned" about year-2000. Sixteen percent of the consumer customers and 22% of the commercial clients reported being "somewhat concerned," but most of these people said they were worried about nonbanking issues, such as overreaction by the public and availability of food and other necessities.

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