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Poll: Credit card use surges, even for milk and eggs

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Paul Bedard,Washington Secrets,Economy,Credit Cards
In another sign of how Americans are coping with a weak economy and stagnating pay, credit card usage is surging, even at the grocery story, where cash used to be king. A new Rasmussen Reports poll reveals that credit cards are being used much more than even a year ago. For example, in 2012, 22 percent of Americans used a credit card to buy milk, eggs and other groceries -- that use has...