As more electric and plug-in vehicles come to market, U.S. drivers are showing an increasing interest in these greener options. At the same time, future interest in gasoline-powered vehicles is fading, despite the fact that they dominate new vehicle sales.

Data from a YouGov poll for Forbes Wheels of more than 33,000 licensed U.S. drivers showed that 22.9% of respondents would consider purchasing an electric vehicle as a new or used car. The survey allowed drivers to choose multiple engine/motor types. That percentage may not seem huge, but that rate of consideration for a future electric vehicle purchase is about eight times the current market share of EVs, currently just 3% of all new vehicles sold. Read more here: