Where is your cell phone right now? Chances are you know exactly where it is because it's never far from the reach of your hand.
But according to a new survey by Rasmussen Reports, 77% of people still worry more about losing their wallet than their cell phone.
As part of the survey, Rasmussen asked people a series of questions:
National Survey of 846 Adult Mobile Phone Owners
Conducted May 8-9, 2014
1* Which best describes your mobile phone?
2* (Answered by 525 Adults who own a smart phone/tablet) Do you use your mobile phone for financial transactions such as banking or shopping?
3* (Answered by 525 Adults who own a smart phone/tablet) How confident are you in the security of online banking and other financial transactions using your mobile?
4* Has your mobile phone ever been lost or stolen?
5* Which would be worse - losing your wallet or losing your mobile phone?
6* In a typical day, how often do you use your mobile phone to make calls, send text messages and emails, or use the Internet?
7* Do you personally need to cut back on how much you use your mobile phone?
NOTE: Margin of Sampling Error, +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence
So, tell us: Would you rather lose your phone or wallet?