DETROIT (Michigan News Source) – A recent poll of Michigan residents found many are skeptical of the transition to electric vehicles.
The statewide poll was conducted by the Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Glengariff Group in Detroit. The findings show 46% of likely Michigan voters support the move to EVs, but 44% are against it.
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The poll also found one-third of the respondents “strongly oppose” the transition.
Those opposed cited concerns about the electric grid being able to serve the EV market and cited the high cost of vehicles. The poll is based on 600 people and was conducted between February 10th to the 13th.
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