Attitudes toward the safety of Toyota vehicles have remained consistent among both Toyota owners and the general public over the past month, a recent Zogby Interactive poll of U.S. adults finds.
A majority of both Toyota owners and the general public continue to believe Toyota vehicles are equally or more safe than other vehicles.
However, while a majority of Toyota owners say they are very or somewhat satisfied with the way Toyota management has handled the safety and recall crisis, the general public does not feel the same.
The Zogby Interactive survey of 2,471 adults nationwide found that 62% of American adults believe Toyota vehicles are more (17%) or equally (45%) as safe as other vehicles.
Among those who currently own or lease a Toyota, numbers are even higher, with 82% believing Toyotas are more (38%) or equally (44%) as safe as other vehicles.
Survey: Public more concerned about Toyota recall than Toyota vehicle owners (4/15)
April 15, 2010