Energy PulseTM 2016
Your guide to overcoming barriers and increasing engagement in home energy consumption
In This Report:
- How to utilize comfort triggers to shake up complacency and spark action.
- How you can better connect the dots between increasing concerns about climate change and energy-efficient home improvements.
- How to create environmental messaging that doesn’t alienate conservatives.
The Energy Pulse online survey was fielded in September 2016, surveying a total of 2,281 respondents (2,025 U.S. respondents and 256 Canadian respondents). Stratified sampling mirrors the U.S. and Canadian populations, using quotas for geography, age, gender, education and race; data were weighted slightly to match U.S. and Canadian population distributions. Margin of error is +/- 2.2%.
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