View Poll Results: Model S Buyer: What's your annual gross income? (USD)

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  • Below $40,000

    5 0.94%
  • $40,000-$59,999

    13 2.44%
  • $60,000-$79,999

    30 5.63%
  • $80,000-$99,999

    32 6.00%
  • $100,000-$119,999

    37 6.94%
  • $120,000-$139,999

    41 7.69%
  • $140,000-$199,999

    105 19.70%
  • $200,000-$299,999

    104 19.51%
  • $300,000-$499,999

    89 16.70%
  • $500,000 or higher (swimmin' in cash)

    77 14.45%
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Thread: Model S Buyers: What's Your Income?

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    Model S Buyers: What's Your Family Gross Income?

    This is an ANONYMOUS poll of your annual FAMILY gross income, so we can get an idea of the range of incomes for Model S purchasers. Please complete it ONLY if you are planning on getting a Model S, and please DO NOT leave any posts revealing your own personal income.
    Last edited by Todd Burch; 2012-01-11 at 08:56 PM.

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    Missing the poll itself, Todd?! Wonder how many income tiers you intended to create...

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    Poll's up...took a second to submit via the iPad . I won't vote on this until a few anonymous votes have already come in.

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    family or individual?
    Evan E. Fusco, MD--Nixa, MO
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    Argh...thanks Evan. FAMILY income. How the heck do I edit the thread title or poll question?

    EDIT: Nevermind. Found it in the advanced editing options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gg_wants_a_tesla View Post
    Missing the poll itself, Todd?! Wonder how many income tiers you intended to create...
    Only 10 are allowed...so ten. Not nearly as fine as I'd like for a poll like this.

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    It's a good benchmark

    I crossed a threshold this year from going from one tier to the another by like $50.

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    Unfortunately, I think I messed it up. After Evan reminded me that I should clarify "Family" versus "Individual" income, I fixed my first post but was unable to fix the thread title. Moderators, perhaps you can fix it for me?

    I wonder how many people cast votes for their individual income instead of family income.

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    You don't have "irregular" or "varies massively from year to year" as an option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neroden View Post
    You don't have "irregular" or "varies massively from year to year" as an option.
    neroden, you are probably an outlier rather than the norm but, maybe, you can use some sort of a historical average over the past 3 years or so?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Todd Burch View Post
    Unfortunately, I think I messed it up. After Evan reminded me that I should clarify "Family" versus "Individual" income, I fixed my first post but was unable to fix the thread title. Moderators, perhaps you can fix it for me?

    I wonder how many people cast votes for their individual income instead of family income.
    Todd, it's unlikely that too many folks went with individual income. Buying a car falls within the family budget and definitely needs the significant other to be part of the equation (as we've seen with several posts on other threads ).

    I think the results thus far are seemingly as expected given the jobs that folks have and the price of the Model S.

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