Online Poll Results: Paying at the Pump

Published in the August 2011 Issue Published online: Aug 06, 2011
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Don't you just love the summer rollercoaster ride, better known as gas prices? It can be frustrating to say the least, but is there a certain price where boaters would consider docking their pontoons or deck boats for the summer? That's what we wanted to find out with our monthly poll question. The majority who responded on our website are willing to pay up to $10 a gallon. Do you agree?

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Poll Results: How high would gas prices have to get before you'd park your boat for the summer?


 $4 a gallon. 3.28%


 $5 a gallon. 21.31%


 $10 a gallon. 36.07%


 At this time I wouldn't stop

boating at any price. 26.23%


 I'm already there; gas is way too

high to go out. 13.11%

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