Poll show 7 states oppose electric vehicle mandates

(The Center Square) – Polling from the American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers, the leading trade association of fuel, shows seven states oppose gas car bans.

Polling from the presidential and senate battleground states of Arizona, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, shows most registered and likely general election voters oppose government efforts to ban new gas cars and impose electric vehicle mandates.

The results showed:

Arizona: 61% oppose, 16% support. Michigan: 87% oppose, 8% support. Montana: 74% oppose, 9% support. Nevada: 61% oppose, 14% support. Ohio: 66% oppose, 11% support. Pennsylvania: 57% oppose, 32% support. Wisconsin: 64% oppose, 32% support.

The national polling shows 60% of likely 2024 general election voters oppose the current U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposal to require nearly 70% of new cars sold in the United States to be electric instead of gas-powered. Opposition among Independents is 61%. Among Republicans, it is 87%.

In Michigan, nearly 71% of those who identify as
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