The federal government is continuing to spend billions of taxpayer dollars to promote electric vehicles, but most Americans still view them as impractical.
That's according to Rasmussen Reports.
The polling shows only 28% of American adults think electric cars are practical for most drivers.
Fifty-four percent (54%) say they think electric cars are not practical, while 18% say they are not sure.
The findings have changed very little from March.
The Department of Transportation plans to spend nearly $5 billion in taxpayer money over five years to help states create a network of electric vehicle charging stations. In the past, the government has spent tens of billions of dollars promoting electric cars.
However, 69% of Americans say they believe it is likely that most cars will still run primarily on gasoline a decade from now, including 37% who say it is "very likely" gasoline-powered automobiles will still be the norm in 10 years.
Only 23% consider it "unlikely" that most cars will still be powered by gasoline in 2032.
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