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CNBC Poll: Would You Buy An Energy-Saving Product

Energy and You - A CNBC Special Report
Energy and You - A CNBC Special Report

The recent spike in gasoline prices has promoted many Americans to drive less to conserve money, which has lowered consumption. Companies are embracing energy conservation and efficiency by adopting new methods and machinery in the production.

Consumers also have a lot of choices, from autos toappliancesto high-tech gadgets.

Where do you fit in?

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Not a Scientific Survey. Results may not total 100% due to rounding.


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