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Despite gas prices that remain stubbornly high, Americans are still getting behind the wheel and driving themselves to work.
About 77 percent of respondents say they primarily drive to and from work, with only 7 percent taking public transportation and only 4 percent carpooling.
A full 68 percent of respondents who work outside the home say the price of gas has not changed how they get to and from work, according to the survey, which was conducted online, in July.
Gas prices are really changing the way Americans commute to work.
1 out of 10 commuters are now taking public transportation or carpooling.
1 out of 3 respondents who work outside the home say the price of gas has really changed how they get to and from work.