The more drivers know about EVs, the greater their interest
More than half of Americans have a positive view of electric vehicles and only 13 percent have a negative view, according to a recent survey by the Consumer Federation of America. One-third have no opinion. Nearly one-third say they will consider buying an EV as their next car purchase, even though only 1 percent of vehicles sold are EVs.
The survey showed that the more Americans know about EVs, the more likely they are to consider buying one. But only 6 percent said they know a great deal when they see it, and 21 percent know a fair amount to pay.Download Bulletin PDF