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Table 1 Overview of hypotheses tested within this study

From: What are the factors and needs promoting mobility-as-a-service? Findings from the Swiss Household Energy Demand Survey (SHEDS)

Openness to use a combined mobility service for commuting, short weekday leisure trips and weekend leisure trips is significantly higher for the following groups:
H1: Middle-aged (ages 35–54) participants as compared to younger (ages 18–34) and older (55 and above) participants
H2: More educated participants
H3: Infrequent car users as compared to very frequent car users
H4: Participants that use carsharing (including peer-to-peer carsharing) at least a few times a month compared to those that never use carsharing
H5: Participants with pro-environmental attitudes
H6: Participants with the intention to reduce car usage
H7: Participants who were shown a hypothetical top rating (for example, five out of five stars) for a combined mobility service compared to showing them a lower rating (four stars out of five)
H8: Participants who receive an announcement of future decided policies directly affecting them