Almost three quarters of whatcar.com readers would support a road blockade by freight transporters and farmers to highlight increasing fuel costs.
The results of our exclusive poll follow threats from the two groups to organise road blockades on major transport routes, after the average price of fuel rose above £1 a litre earlier this month.
In 2000, they almost brought many of Britain's main routes to a standstill by driving slowly on all three lanes on major motorways to show the effect high fuel prices were having on their livelihoods.
The poll revealed that 34% of whatcar.com readers would consider joining a blockade, while 39% would have sympathy for any action.
However, a further 27% said that they felt any form of road blocking was wrong.
Meanwhile, there's more action in protest at rising fuel prices.
Social networking website Facebook has a 'No Fuel Day' group, with its 144,000 members all vowing not to buy fuel today (November 19).
The national average price for petrol is 101.7p a litre and 105.7p for diesel.
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