Two Out of Three Americans See Buying Fuel-Efficient Vehicle 'Patriotic,' Group Says

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According to an opinion poll by Opinion Research Corp., two in three Americans say buying a fuel-efficient car is a patriotic endevor. The poll is cited in the launch of 40mpg.org, a nonpartisan group advocating for an average federal fuel efficiency standard of 40 miles per gallon. The survey also found three out of five of those who consider themselves conservatives (57 percent) agree that buying a more fuel-efficient vehicle is a patriotic act, as do 67 percent of Nascar fans. In other news, 85 percent of liberal environmentalists just had a collective, conservation-induced orgasm.

2 Out OF 3 Americans See Buying More Fuel-Efficient Vehicle as "Patriotic," High Gas Prices Already Driving Half To Do So [40MPG.org]

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