June 21, 2010
Survey of Public Opinion on Global Warming and Policy Approaches
Earlier this year, the Nathan Cummings Foundation commissioned a review of publicly available polling data that demonstrated a substantive problem for initiatives to increase the price of carbon: energy cost anxiety. Voters consistently rated energy costs as a higher concern than global warming, and resisted policies that would increase the cost of electricity and gasoline.
This survey jointly conducted by American Environics and EMC Research confirmed that analysis.
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