The American public still wants action on energy and climate

Friday, March 12, 2010

Following on the heels of December's failure to achieve a binding international agreement on climate and January's surprise election of a Republican Senator in Massachusetts running against the administration's healthcare reform plan, it is time to look again at the public strength of support for pending energy and climate legislation. Public polling suggests that the public's support for action is deep and resilient in favor of capping global warming pollution, increasing energy independence, and relying more on clean renewable sources of energy.

Read more about the public opinion polling data by clicking on the link below.

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