28% of Americans still won’t consider buying an EV

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More than a quarter of Americans say they would not buy an electric vehicle, according to a Consumer Reports survey released Thursday.

Price, range and access to charging stations have remained as primary barriers to buying an EV. But Consumer Reports has identified a new factor: a lack of education around EVs.

The survey of 8,027 adults found that 14% would definitely buy or lease an electric-only vehicle, 57% would consider one, and 28% would not consider getting an electric-only vehicle. Age, income and education levels correlated with willingness to drive one.

A lack of education around available tax incentives,

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