Auto & Mobility

Legislation and Policy

Nearly Half of Voters Don’t Want Their State to Follow California’s Lead on Banning New Sales of Gas-Powered Cars

The Golden State’s new rule, set to take full effect by 2035, is more popular than not among urban voters, and much less so for rural voters when thinking about their own states

Inclusion of Tax Credits for Renewable Energy, Electric Vehicles in Democrats’ Budget Plan Has Support of 3 in 5 Voters

Republican voters slightly more likely to back than oppose the potential provisions

Infrastructure Proposals Aimed at Facilitating the Energy Transition Elicit Wider Partisan Divide Than Others

Republicans more likely to back proposals on highways and roads, health care, education

About 2 in 5 Voters Back Biden’s Goal of 50% New Electric Vehicle Sales by 2030. Just as Many Oppose It

But the balance shifts slightly toward support when the move is not attributed to the president

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