48%
Yes
52%
No
48%
Yes
52%
No

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 @9PD2DDB from Missouri answered…17hrs17H

Not until we have found a way to have cleaner way of fueling cars that’s affordable for everyone.

 @9PBQ5R7 from Alabama answered…1 day1D

No, but provide incentives to motivate vehicle manufacturers to create more efficient vehicles.

 @9P9GDNJ from Washington D.C. answered…2 days2D

No, but provide financial incentives for companies to increase fuel efficiency

 @9P9DXRG from Colorado answered…2 days2D

Yes, to a socially acceptable degree. Demanding 40 gallons a mile is too much, but nothing should be allowed to operate on less then 14 miles a gallons without special licensing.

 @9NHHTSR from Arizona answered…2wks2W

 @9NF9B4M from Iowa answered…2wks2W

No, and current standards should be abolished and replaced with a general gas tax

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