Consumer attitudes on the future of mobility

$9,800.00

How do Americans feel about self-driving cars? The HarrisX Autos 2050 Study explores American drivers’ understanding of, expectations for, and openness to self-driving technology and technological innovation itself. From benchmark data to actionable insights, the Autos 2050 studies translates consumer attitudes on the future of mobility and the significance of automobiles in American life.  

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How do Americans feel about self-driving cars? The HarrisX Autos 2050 Study explores American drivers’ understanding of, expectations for, and openness to self-driving technology and technological innovation itself. 

 

This product contains a 30+ page summary of insights and a full respondent databook: 

 

  • The HarrisX Autos 2050 Study was fielded from March 26-27, to 2,288 teens and adults (16+) in the US 
  • Results were weighted for gender, age, race/ethnicity, region, income, education, and mobile carrier where necessary 
  • Sampling Margin of Error is +/-2.1 pps. unless otherwise noted 
  • Topics include: 
  • Car ownership, usage, purchase, and preference  
  • Ride-sharing usage  
  • Awareness and familiarity of self-driving cars 
  • Expectations of self-driving technology by 2050 
  • Openness to and comfort with self-driving cars 
  • Anticipated pros/cons of self-driving vehicles, and likelihood to use 
  • Consumer perspectives on self-driving regulation 
  • Demographic, psychographic, and speed-based analyses 
  • Regression-based drivers analyses 
  • Databook contains all questions and all respondents summarized by gender, age, generation, Race/ethnicity, US Region, Education, Income, Locale (urbanicity), and current car ownership 
  • For questions, please contact shayna@harrisx.com