22%
Yes
78%
No
22%
Yes
78%
No

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Other Popular Answers

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 @9PLSZ33 from California answered…4 days4D

I do think that electric cars are important for safety reasons and for the environment. Howver, most of them are still very expensive because you need to buy the car and need to charge either at your own place or nearby at a charging station. If it's related to the government, I would just have them recommend driving them, with no repercussions if consumers don't want to buy electric or hybrid cars.

 @9PLGBHS from New York answered…5 days5D

No, But the government should encourage electric vehicles and help with the production of electric vehicles and lower the cost.

 @9PL345W from California answered…5 days5D

No, not until we have a grid that would support added electrical vehicles

 @SonnyRamirez  from California answered…6 days6D

No, but encourage citizens to purchase ev and hybrid vehicles through tax breaks

 @9PGRW8P from Arizona answered…6 days6D

Many people can't afford an electric car or a brand-new car in general, why would you make it a government requirement unless the government will be providing each family an electric car.

 @9P8C58V from Connecticut answered…1wk1W

There should remain focus on understanding the total impact of any type of vehicle, including destruction costs. It is my belief lithium mining is impactful on the environment. Nuclear and hydrogen options should be focused on.

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