Personally I've not heard a whole lot of anti-EV owner sentiment with the exception of some owners of larger vehicles such as pickups wanting to crush slow moving prius' headed up I-70 to the mtns, have seen some amount of anti-mini cooper owner feelings expressed as might= right ?Electric only folks can be pretty $hitty, I've run into some up here. A friend who owns a small local shop had an out of warranty Prius in that he said was a $3k battery job, not sure what all had to be done, nor do I have all the details but thats a pretty hard hit that I'm guessing would be much higher at the dealership.
EV batteries are commonly warranted for 8yrs and 100k miles, many are lasting longer than that and there continues to be large investments resulting in improving the technology - both from a performance and longevity standpoint, and like lead acid batts they are recyclable so eventually that should contribute to lower replacement costs.
Many experts feel that much of the US electrical grid is not up to supplying future demand and updating that will require large capital investments, will be interesting to see who ends up paying for that should it ever happen. And of course EV vehicles don't pay taxes on gas that contribute to highway upkeep.
Oil and gas companies still are up there amongst the top spenders in lobbying US congress, so their interests aren't going to be unheard.