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ASI E-News Poll Results 6/15/11

June 16, 2011
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Would you agree with a summer dress code to encourage reduced energy consumption, such as dressing in lighter weight clothes to lessen the use of air conditioning?



Japan has instituted a new summer dress code, dubbed “Super Cool Biz,” to help save electricity during the hot summer months. Would you agree with a summer dress code to encourage reduced energy consumption, such as dressing in lighter weight clothes to lessen the use of air conditioning?

 

Yes/I agree: 74%

No, business requires business dress: 15%

Other: 11%

 

Comments:

“Summer is seasonal and casual comfort means better morale and productivity while the A/C is turned up a couple of degrees.”

 

“Already implemented.”

 

“The way you dress has no bearing on your ability to work; if it can help reduce energy costs it's worth doing.”

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