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WICHITA, Kan. – To find out why some area minorities may not be using credit unions and banks, Catholic Family Federal Credit Union has produced an online survey to get answers.

The $21 million credit union has teamed up with the Wichita State University’s Center for Economic Development and Business Research to produce a 15-minute online survey that asks a number of questions on personal finance habits. Some of the questions ask the race and religion of the survey taker and seek feedback on suggested areas for branch placement. The survey also triggers additional questions if the taker does not bank anywhere by asking, “How do you manage payments such as rent, utilities or car insurance?” and “How would you pay for a car purchase?”.

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