Consumers may be relying less on credit cards, according to a survey commissioned by and released Monday.

The survey, which polled 1,000 consumers about their attitude toward credit cards, found that 40% of respondents "wouldn't care at all" if their revolving credit lines disappeared. More than a third (34.2%) said they would be "slightly annoyed" in that case.

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