By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, Jan 30 (Reuters) - If U.S. gasoline prices hit $4 a gallon this year, more than half of Americans surveyed said they would reduce holiday travel and cut back on personal spending to offset the higher pump costs Results were released Wednesday of 1,001 Americans surveyed on behalf of the Massachusetts-based Civil Society Institute think tank and its 40MPG.org project which pushes for more fuel efficient U.S. cars and trucks. "These survey findings suggest that ...
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