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APPENDIX C: ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS FROM 2009 SURVEY

This appendix presents the results of additional ENERGY STAR-related questions in the 2009 survey that were added by CEE since 2005; and were not discussed in the main body of the report. Topics included in this appendix include:

  • ENERGY STAR Designation

  • ENERGY STAR Product Satisfaction

  • Consumer Perceptions

  • Purchasing Decisions

  • CFL Purchaser Questions

1 ENERGY STAR DESIGNATION

Forty-seven percent of households that recognized the ENERGY STAR label (aided) thought that the U.S. government decides if a product deserves the label. This is nine percentage points larger than the proportion noted in 2008. The difference is significant at the 5-percent level. Twenty-two percent of households thought the Underwriters Laboratories makes this decision, while 16 percent thought product manufacturers make the decision.

Designates ENERGY STAR-Labeled Product (Base = Recognize label (aided), n=446)

**U.S. government

Underwriters Laboratories

22%

Product manufacturer

16%

Electric and gas utility

13%

47%

Other

2%

Retailer/store

0%

0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%

Note: QB: “As far as you know, who decides if a product deserves the ENERGY STAR label?”

**

2009 and 2008 proportions are statistically different from each other at the 5-percent level of significance (p-value0.05).

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