"Green" cars survey.
Hi, I am doing a research that has to do with Automotive industry - Green cars and it is a 8 questions survey that would take about 5 minutes or so. It would be nice if you could take this quick survey to help me gather more data and information needed for my research. Thank you so much for reading this and doing the survey. Best wishes to you all.
Here is the link for the survey:
I suppose you mean Green as in Enviromentally friendly and NOT Colour Green
I am sorry Harry but this is not a good survey. For a start, there is no 'Don't know' option, and maybe a 'Don't care' option as well.
You assume that the respondent is concerned about 'green' matters, while I believe that surveys have shown that many of us don't care all that much, at least - not when it hits our pockets.
I should also add that I got bored halfway through so my answers may be less considered than you might like. Oh - do you really expect to get answers from people with a £million plus income?
Some of the questions are incomprehensible, I thought.
Sorry but the questions are badly worded, miss spelt and do no make sense.
You really need to start again.
What relevance is your annual income?
Market research exists
The survey has been closed.
There is already market research that has discovered young, relatively wealthy people buy electric cars.
It is hardly ever their only car.
Young people are also the least aware of car depreciation. Older people worry about vehicle resale values.
Many people are concerned about the relatively high cost of EVs but most people cite the lack of infrastructure, on this point I don't know if survey will tell you anything. I might cite lack of infrastructure when the truth is I cannot afford one. Furthermore, if I could afford one I would charge it at home. If I couldn't charge it at home, then I probably couldn't afford one.
When the prices come down and resale values are good then EV's will sell, in my humble opinion.
Last edited by DragonSmoke; 30-09-14 at 09:45.
I am an "older" person, I worry about nothing.
What the government consider to be environmentally green cars to day may not be the case in a few years time. Diesel cars were once rated better than petrol, but now they have been damned for their nitrous oxide emissions. Who is to say that other as yet unknown concerns will not arise at some future time?
Not least the manufacture and disposal of all these batteries.