Online banking has passed a milestone in the U.S. — more than half of adults now use it, according to a report released Wednesday by Pew Research Center. And among internet users (who make up about 85% of the U.S. population), 61% bank online.

The report also took the pulse of mobile banking usage in this country and found that 32% of U.S. adults and 35% of those who have cell phones use it. The Pew project interviewed 2,252 adults this spring.

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