Could cold hard cash soon be about as necessary as a pay phone?

In this day and age, when you can buy just about anything with credit cards, debit cards or even with your smartphone, paper money just doesn’t seem as vital to have in our daily lives. So, does that mean people have already stopped using cash?

In a recent Rasmussen survey of 1,000 American adults, 43 percent responded yes when asked, “Have you ever gone a full week without paying for anything with cash and coins?”

Forty-seven percent still haven’t had a cashless week. It’s unclear what the other 10 percent said.

[Rasmussen]