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6 February 2024

What People Think About Electric Cars: Survey Results

Introduction: We wanted to know what regular folks think about electric cars (EVs) nowadays. As of early 2024, we checked in with 154 people to see if they like or dislike EVs, and here's what we found. Survey Results: Out of the 154 people we asked in January 2024, opinions were split into three main groups. Around 44% of them liked the idea of buying and using EVs, another 44% didn't, and 12% were unsure. People who Like EVs: The group that liked EVs knew about the issues – like charging taking a long time, waiting at charging stations, complicated battery replacements, not many service centers, not-so-great car warranties, expensive insurance, and trouble selling EVs. Despite all that, they really liked the idea of saving money with EVs, especially when compared to regular gas cars. They thought saving money was the most important reason to buy an EV. People who Don't Like EVs: The folks who didn't like EVs thought they weren't good for long trips, complained about not enough charging stations, said batteries were too expensive, and didn't trust EVs made by Chinese brands. Right now, these people feel more comfortable with regular gas cars, mainly because of worries about charging convenience, battery costs, and brand preferences. People who are Unsure: The group that wasn't sure, about 12% of the total, said they needed more time to decide. They wanted to understand the technology better, see how things go for people who buy EVs first, and were worried about things like getting their car fixed and finding spare parts. They think it'll take them 3-5 years to make up their minds about buying an EV. Conclusion: So, what did we learn? More and more people are starting to like the idea of EVs, even though there are still some problems like not enough charging stations and expensive batteries. The group that's unsure might decide to buy EVs in the next 3-5 years if things like battery technology and long-distance travel get better. As technology improves, EVs could become a popular choice for everyone.


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