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Intel | Intuit
Data is from the December 2016 Intel survey titled "Autonomous Driving" conducted by Intuit. 1,250 internet users (approximately 250 in each country) ages 20+ in 5 countries in Asia-Pacific were surveyed online during November 30-December 7, 2016. Respondents were from Australia, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan. All respondents have a household-owned car, and either drive the car or use taxis at least once per month. Respondents were drawn from an online panel. Data was weighted by car ownership in each market.
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