Climate Research News » Autocar Readers Defy Emissions Beliefs
90 per cent of motorists say they don’t feel guilty about driving their cars, just one of the survey findings conducted by autocar.co.uk. Despite being taxed increasingly punitively by the government and indoctrinated otherwise by much of the mainstream media the survey respondents feel that cars are here to stay and to be used.
There’s plenty of optimism left for the average British motorist, it seems: nearly 90 per cent of respondents expect the car ownership experience in 20 years time to be broadly similar to how it is now.
And finally, it seems that you’re much more likely to be sceptical about global warming the older you get; 54 per cent of respondents over the age of 54 said they don’t believe in the link between carbon dioxide emissions and rising planetary temperatures, compared with only 15.4 per cent for those under 25.