Between July and August 2023, we conducted a new edition of our syndicated observatory “rEVolution: the new mobility”, with 10,000 interviews in Germany, France, Spain, Italy and the UK. We reconstructed the views of people facing the transition to vehicles that drastically reduce, or at least delocate, pollution. It was a positive sign to see that a large number of respondents were aware of the end of sales of petrol and diesel cars set by the EU for 2035 and by the UK for 2030. The percentage of those aware starts at 44% of the population aged 18-75 in Spain and almost doubles: 68% in France, 74% in Germany, 78% in the UK and even 81% in Italy.
Since we were unlikely to find all these revolutionaries on the street, we decided to do some in-depth research. For example, we also asked whether they thought the decision on the BAN was final. And here the situation was different. A small percentage of the population thinks that what has been sanctioned is immutable, ranging from 24% in Spain to 30% in the UK. For the rest, the question is still open. How this affects the decision to buy a car today is a very interesting question and one that we have not neglected to explore. Instead, we would like to point out some partially good news: that is, good but with a slightly bitter aftertaste. If some political decisions seem divorced from people’s needs and feelings, it is also true that citizens are quite capable of putting things into perspective and giving the word ‘final’ its proper meaning. By the way, not even time to process and publish the data, and the UK has moved the BAN from 2030 to 2035.
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