Survey says, drivers that go green stay green. Ninety-two percent of plugged-in Americans said they planned to buy electric again. Autoblog's Adam Morath reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.
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[00:00:00] Survey says, drivers that go green stay green. I'm Adam Morath and this is your Autoblog Minute.

Ford commissioned a survey of 10,000 electric vehicle owners, posing the question: What would will you buy next? 92 percent of plugged-in Americans said they planned to buy electric again, citing a preference for clean tech and the instant power provided by an electric motor.

But what about drivers who live in states with fewer or no plug-in incentives?

[00:00:30] Autoblog spoke with Stephanie Janczak who works with electric vehicle technology at Ford:

[00:01:00] [STEPHANIE JANCZAK INTERVIEW]

Low gas prices and rising truck sales may have stalled EV adoption in the U.S. but Ford's survey shows high satisfaction amongst current EV customers. Begging the question, what will you buy next? Let us know in the comments. For Autoblog, I'm Adam Morath.

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