You can pull into an electric charging station and leave 20 minutes later on an 80% charge they'd good for 3 times what you typically drive in a day ( as per the study). Ok, it took 10 more minutes to be zero emissions from a vehicle that requires virtually no maintenance (no air filter, oil or oil filter, no gearbox and no transmission fluid, no radiator, fan or fan belt, no alternator belt, no belts at all....and you don't need to buy gas.
That's easily worth an extra ten minutes today. Besides, I'm having lunch while it charges. I don't even notice.
I drive an electric car. The charging issue just isn't an issue when you factor in all the other GOOD stuff an EV has over an ICE (internal combustion engine) car.