TALLINN - A total of 36 percent of residents in Estonia are giving consideration to buying an electric vehicle in the next 10 years, which however is a smaller ratio than registered in Latvia and Lithuania, it appears from a survey taken by Norstat in the three countries for Citadele Bank.
Also the ratio of opponents of electric cars is higher in Estonia than in the two other Baltic countries, with 16 percent of respondents in Estonia saying that they never intend to buy an electric car as they prefer using a car with an internal combustion engine.
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