National Poll

National Polls

2016: Strong Concern Among Americans About Gov't Increasing Ethanol Levels In Gasoline
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2016: American's Strongly Support Increased Development of the Country's Energy Infrastructure
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2016: Americans Are Highly In Favor Of An Energy Policy That Ensures A Secure Supply of Abundant, Affordable and Available Energy
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2016: Americans Are Not In Favor Of Higher Taxes That Would Decrease Investment & Development Of U.S. Energy
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2016: U.S. Voters Agree that Increased Access to Domestic ONG Would Help America Become A Stronger Global Energy Power
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2016: American Voters Share Strong Agreement That Increased Access to Domestic ONG Could Strengthen U.S. Energy Security
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2016: U.S. Voters Agree That Increased Access to Domestic ONG Could Help Lower Energy Costs
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2016: Most Americans Agree That Access to Domestic ONG Resources Could Lead to More U.S. Jobs
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2016: Strong Majority of U.S. Voters Agree That Increased Access to Domestic ONG Resources Could Stimulate the Economy
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2016: 77% of American Voters Support The Role NatGas Plays In Reducing U.S. GHG
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Support for additional electricity and natural gas infrastructure in New England is strong
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Support for additional electricity infrastructure in New England is strong
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An overwhelming number of New England voters are concerned about the affordability of energy
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Across New England, a majority of voters say the cost of energy is higher than in the rest of the country
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American Voters Oppose Higher Taxes That Could Decrease Energy Production
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American Voters: Energy Taxes Hurt Everyone; They Could Affect Supply & Increase Consumer Costs
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American Voters Concerned About Significant Vehicle Damage the RFS Mandate Could Cause
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Majority of U.S. Voters Are Concerned About Federal Govt. Breaching the "Blend Wall"
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Voters across all parties concerned that ethanol could increase food prices & world hunger
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Voters Agree that the Fed. Govt. Could Contribute to Higher Gas Prices
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Producing More Oil & Gas In The U.S. Is Important To Voters
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Voters agree that increased access to domestic resources could stimulate the economy
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Voters agree that increased access to domestic resources means strengthened energy security
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Americans believe that increased access to domestic resources could help lower energy costs for consumers
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Ethanol regulations are a concern to the vast majority of voters
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Voters agree that federal regulations could raise the cost of gasoline
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Nation’s economy is an important issue for nearly all voters
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Americans want more domestic oil and natural gas production here in the United States
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Voters across all parties more likely to back presidential candidates who support increased oil and natural gas production
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Vast majority of Americans support offshore drilling
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Voters agree that increased access to domestic oil and natural gas could create more American jobs
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Voters Support 2016 Candidates Who Want More U.S. Oil & Gas Production
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