On a scale of 1-5 how aware of household energy use were you before COVID-19? (Q38 Wi2020)

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March 23, 2021 - 1:29pm

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This chart reflects responses to Question #38 from the Winter 2020 Survey, which asks respondents, “On a scale of 1-5 how aware of household energy use were you before COVID-19?” The available options were,

  1. I am completely unaware of my household energy use

  2. Not that aware, I don’t look at my bill

  3. Somewhat aware, I look at my bill every month

  4. Aware enough to understand my monthly bill and how to handle disruptions 

  5. Very aware, I look at and understand my bill every month and practice conservation

All eighty-three respondents answered this question. 

  • Six respondents indicated they were a “one” (7.2%). 

  • Three respondents indicated they were a “two” (3.6%). 

  • Twenty-seven respondents indicated they were a “three” (32.5%). 

  • Twenty-two respondents indicated they were a “four” (26.5%). 

  • Twenty-five respondents indicated they were a “five” (30.1%).

The data was produced by the Shifting Energy Demands in COVID-19 Survey - Overview, which was administered to 83 people over a fourteen week period between December 2020 and March 2021. Visit the Winter 2020 Shifting Energy Demands in COVID-19 - Survey Results page to view more data from our survey. The project is approved by Drexel’s IRB.

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Andrew Rosenthal, "On a scale of 1-5 how aware of household energy use were you before COVID-19? (Q38 Wi2020)", contributed by Andrew Rosenthal and Alison Kenner, The Energy Rights Project, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 30 June 2021, accessed 2 March 2024. https://energyrights.info/content/scale-1-5-how-aware-household-energy-use-were-you-covid-19-q38-wi2020