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Poll: 65% of Americans Unlikely to Buy Electric Cars as They Strand Drivers in Winter Freeze

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A recent poll by Rasmussen Reports revealed that 65 percent of American adults are unlikely to consider purchasing an electric vehicle (EV) for their next car.

This sentiment is particularly strong among working and lower-middle class individuals, with over 70 percent in the $30,000 to $50,000 income bracket expressing disinterest in buying an EV.

The survey also highlighted that EVs are more appealing to wealthier individuals, as 52 percent of those earning at least $200,000 are likely to consider purchasing an EV.

Additionally, the poll’s findings coincide with reports of EVs being stranded due to the winter freeze, raising concerns about their practicality in cold weather.

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