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    Sweden: 17% say interest in electric car lower due to high electricity prices


    May 6, 2022 - M-Brain Nordic News

     

      According to a survey market researcher Sifo has conducted on behalf of Swedish car marketplace Kvdbil, 17% of Swedes say that their interest in owning an electric car has declined due to the high electricity prices. As many as 19% of younger people, 20% of people outside the metropolitan regions and 22% of people with incomes up to SEK 35,000 (EUR 3,376.44 USD 3,560.36) said that their interest has fallen. A total of 73% said their interest has not been affected, while 9% stated that they do not know whether their attitude has changed. Meanwhile, 2% of those who stated that they drive an electric car today claimed that they now view their electric car ownership differently.

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