WASHINGTON —  A majority of governments, nonprofits, corporations and institutional investors surveyed would either reduce or discontinue their use of money market funds if the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted certain reforms, such as switching to a floating net-asset value, according to a study done for the Investment Company Institute.

The survey, released Thursday, was conducted by the consulting firm Treasury Strategies Inc. for ICI, whose members are mutual funds and other investment companies that manage a total of $13.3 trillion and serve more than 90 million shareholders.

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