This visual report highlights the results of Euromonitor International’s 2022 Voice of the Consumer: Mobility survey, including the everyday transportation habits and attitudes of global consumers.
Over 80% of global respondents have gasoline-powered automobiles in their households. Electric car ownership increased by 3% among global respondents over 2021-2022. The fastest growth in electric vehicle (EV) usage is in the Middle East and Asia Pacific regions.
Electric car owners has increased among middle-income groups in 2022. One of the main reasons given by respondents for not buying an electric car is the high cost. Another clear takeaway from the survey is that charging locations need to be be better developed in urban areas to boost EV sales.
Most weekly commuting respondents use a personal car (83%) or public transportation (37%) for day-to-day commuting. When comparing regional level data, the Middle East and Asia Pacific are the top regions for typical commuting using e-bikes or e-scooters.
Although e-commerce and mobile shopping thrived in 2021, nearly half of car purchasers made their purchases in physical retailers. More than 40% of respondents bought automobiles at a store or in person last year. The numbers decreased somewhat compared to the 2021 survey results. The survey data show that more than half of global respondents intend to purchase a new or used car in 2022.
Nearly 30% of global respondents buy tickets for public transportation online at least monthly, which is similar to the results in 2021, while weekly online purchases increased somewhat. A quarter of respondents expected their spending on transportation to increase in 2022.
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