More Than 92 Percent of Oklahoma Homeowners Are Interested in Home
Energy Efficiency, but Many Remain Unaware of Largest Sources of Energy
Consumption and How Their Home Contributes to Climate Change
DENVER — October is Energy Awareness Month, and today, Johns
Manville (JM), a global building products manufacturer, released the
results of its annual Energy Awareness Month Survey. The new survey
shows that while an overwhelming majority of Oklahomans are interested
in increasing their homes’ energy efficiency (92.2 percent) and
expect their home heating bills to increase this winter (82.4 percent),
many lack understanding of how their homes consume energy, and most
aren’t entirely clear on which home improvement projects yield the
largest energy-saving benefits.
Three-fourths of respondents In the context of marketing research, a representative sample drawn from a larger population of people from whom information is collected and used to develop or confirm marketing strategy.