On the price that would cause drivers to cut back significantly, $4.16 is the average answer. The median -- the midpoint of answers -- is somewhat lower, $3.50 a gallon. That's because a few people say they wouldn't cut back on driving unless gas hit $10 a gallon or even $50 -- figures that drive up the average response.
This ABC News poll was conducted by telephone July 14-19, 2006, among a random national sample of 1,015 adults. The results have a three-point error margin. Field work by ICR-International Communications Research of Media, Pa.