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Hybrid Survey

Anne Brooks, of the Geography Department's Environmental Policy, Planning and Regulation group at the London School of Economics, has put together a brief survey on hybrid vehicles. Hybrid owners and non-owners alike are invited to participate. The information will be used in her ongoing dissertation research on the economics of hybrid electric vehicles.

As a self-selected survey, it's technically a scientific poll, but it should give her some insights into why people buy (or don't buy) hybrid cars. No personal information (other than opinions) is requested.


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Here is a very short survey (9 questions, it literally takes 2 minutes) about hybrid vehicles by Anne Brooks of the London School of Economics. "Note that this survey is for academic purposes only and your survey responses are confidential.... [Read More]


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