Via Greg Hanscomb at Grist, the car-sharing company Zipcar has released a survey on Americans’ driving habits. They surveyed 1,045 U.S. adults, breaking the results down by age group. Here’s the most interesting finding:
The percentage of respondents who said they intentionally drive less in order to protect the environment grew in all age demographics between 2010 and 2011, with the biggest increase in the 35-44 group.
It’s also worth noting that the youngest age demographic — 18-34 — is the most likely to drive less in order to protect the environment.
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