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Majority of voters agree gov't regulations could increase gasoline costs.

Agree/Disagree: Federal gov’t regulations could contribute to increased costs for gasoline to consumers.

Agree
Disagree
Don't know/Refused

Voters across parties are concerned that using even more corn for ethanol production could increase food prices

Over 40% of U.S. corn production is used to produce ethanol for fuel. How concerned are you that using even more corn for ethanol production could increase food prices in the U.S.?

Concerned
Not Concerned
Don't know/Refused

Voters are concerned about gov't requirements to increase ethanol in gasoline

How concerned are you about gov’t requirements that would increase the amount of ethanol in gasoline?

Concerned
Not Concerned
Don't know/Refused

Nearly all registered voters think that the nation's economy is a very important issue

How important to you is the issue of the nation’s economy?

Important
Not important
Don't know/ Refused

Voters Oppose Moving the "Point of Obligation"

Do you support or oppose changing the “point of obligation” for the federal renewable fuels program?

Oppose
Support
Don't know/Refused

2016: Strong Concern Among Americans About Gov't Increasing Ethanol Levels In Gasoline

How Concerned Are You About Gov’t Requirements That Would Increase Ethanol Levels In Gasoline?

Concerned
Not Concerned
Don't Know/ Refused

The majority of voters are concerned over breaching the "Blend Wall"

How concerned are you about gov’t requirements that could breach the “blend wall” and exceed the 10% level of ethanol in fuel supply?

Concerned
Not Concerned
Don't Know/Refused

2016: American's Strongly Support Increased Development of the Country's Energy Infrastructure

Do You Support Or Oppose Increased Development Of The Country’s Energy Infrastructure

Support
Oppose
Don't Know, Refused

2016: Americans Are Highly In Favor Of An Energy Policy That Ensures A Secure Supply of Abundant, Affordable and Available Energy

Would You Support Or Oppose An Energy Policy That Ensures A Secure Supply of Abundance, Affordable and Available Energy for Americans In An Environmentally Responsible Manner?

Support
Oppose
Don't Know/Refused

2016: Americans Are Not In Favor Of Higher Taxes That Would Decrease Investment & Development Of U.S. Energy

Would You Support Or Oppose Higher Taxes That Could Decrease Investment In Energy Production And Reduce Energy Development In The U.S.?

Support
Oppose
Don't Know/Refused

2016: U.S. Voters Agree that Increased Access to Domestic ONG Would Help America Become A Stronger Global Energy Power

Agree/Disagree: Increased Access to Domestic Oil and Natural Gas Could Help America Become More of an Energy Power in the World

Agree
Disagree
Don't know/Refused

2016: American Voters Share Strong Agreement That Increased Access to Domestic ONG Could Strengthen U.S. Energy Security

Agree/Disagree: Increased Access to Domestic Oil and Natural Gas Resources Could Help Strengthen America’s Energy Security

Agree
Disagree
Don't Know/Refused

2016: U.S. Voters Agree That Increased Access to Domestic ONG Could Help Lower Energy Costs

Agree/Disagree: Increased Access to Domestic Oil and Natural Gas Resources Could Help Lower Energy Costs for American Consumers

Agree
Disagree
Don't Know/Refused

2016: 80% of American Voters Support Increased Production Of U.S. Oil and Natgas

Do you support or oppose increased production of oil and natural gas resources located here in the U.S.?

Support
Oppose
Don't know/Refused

2016: Most Americans Agree That Access to Domestic ONG Resources Could Lead to More U.S. Jobs

Agree/Disagree: Increased Access to Domestic Oil and Natural Gas Resources Could Lead to More American Jobs

Agree
Disagree
Don't know/Refused

2016: Strong Majority of U.S. Voters Agree That Increased Access to Domestic ONG Resources Could Stimulate the Economy

Agree/Disagree: Increased Access to Domestic Oil and Natural Gas Could Help Stimulate the Economy

Agree
Disagree
Don't Know/Refused

2016: 77% of American Voters Support The Role NatGas Plays In Reducing U.S. GHG

Do you support or oppose the role natural gas is playing in reducing U.S. greenhouse gases?

Support
Oppose
Don't know/Refused

Support for additional electricity and natural gas infrastructure in New England is strong

Would you favor or oppose the construction of additional natural gas infrastructure to fuel electricity generating plants and homes and businesses in New England?

Favor
Oppose
Don't know/Refused

Support for additional electricity infrastructure in New England is strong

Would you favor or oppose the construction of additional electricity infrastructure in New England?

Favor
Oppose
Don't know/Refused

An overwhelming number of New England voters are concerned about the affordability of energy

How concerned are you about the affordability of energy here in New England?

Concerned
Not Concerned
Not Concerned At ALL

Across New England, a majority of voters say the cost of energy is higher than in the rest of the country

Would you say that the cost of energy in New England is higher, lower, or about the same as the rest of the country?

Higher
Lower
About the Same

American Voters Oppose Higher Taxes That Could Decrease Energy Production

As you may know, some in Congress are considering making changes to the Federal tax laws. Would you support or oppose higher taxes that could decrease investment in energy production and reduce energy development here in the U.S.?

Concerned
Not Concerned
Don't Know/Refused

American Voters: Energy Taxes Hurt Everyone; They Could Affect Supply & Increase Consumer Costs

Agree/Disagree: Increasing energy taxes, like taxes on oil and natural gas companies, hurts everyone because those tax increases could affect supply or increase energy costs for consumers.

Concerned
Not Concerned
Don't Know/Refused

American Voters Concerned About Significant Vehicle Damage the RFS Mandate Could Cause

Most auto manufacturers say they will not cover vehicle damage caused by ethanol blends over 10% if the vehicle is not designed for it. How concerned are you about gov’t requirements that would increase the amount of ethanol in gasoline?

Concerned
Not Concerned
Don't Know/ Refused

Majority of U.S. Voters Are Concerned About Federal Govt. Breaching the "Blend Wall"

How concerned are you that gov’t requirements that could breach the “blend wall” and exceed the 10% ethanol level in the fuel supply would increase the price of gasoline and/or cause harm to the nation’s fuel supply?

Concerned
Not Concerned
Don't know/Refused

Voters across all parties concerned that ethanol could increase food prices & world hunger

Over 40% of U.S. corn production is currently used to produce ethanol for gasoline. Given that, how concerned are you that using even more corn for ethanol production could increase food prices and hunger?

Concerned
Not Concerned
Don't Know/Refused

Voters Agree that the Fed. Govt. Could Contribute to Higher Gas Prices

Do you agree that federal government regulations could contribute to increase costs for gasoline to consumers?

Agree
Disagree
Don't Know/Refuse

Producing More Oil & Gas In The U.S. Is Important To Voters

How important to you is producing more oil and natural gas here in the U.S.?

Important
Not Important
Don't Know/Refused

Voters agree that increased access to domestic resources could stimulate the economy

Agree or Disagree: “Increased access to domestic oil and natural gas resources could help stimulate the economy.”

Agree
Disagree
Neither

Voters agree that increased access to domestic resources means strengthened energy security

Agree or Disagree: “Increased access to domestic oil and natural gas resources could help strengthen America’s energy security.”

Agree
Disagree
Neither

Americans believe that increased access to domestic resources could help lower energy costs for consumers

Agree or disagree: “Increased access to domestic oil and natural gas resources could help lower energy costs for American consumers.”

Agree
Disagree
Neither

Ethanol regulations are a concern to the vast majority of voters

How concerned are you about government requirements that would increase the amount of ethanol in gasoline?

Concerned
Not Concerned
Don't Know/Refused

Voters agree that federal regulations could raise the cost of gasoline

Do you agree or disagree that federal government regulations could drive up the cost of gasoline for consumers?

Agree
Disagree
Neither

Nation’s economy is an important issue for nearly all voters

As you prepared to vote today, how important an issue was the nation’s economy?

Important
Not Important
Don't Know/Refused

Voters across all parties more likely to back presidential candidates who support increased oil and natural gas production

If a 2016 Presidential candidate supports producing more oil & natural gas in the U.S., would you be more or less likely to support that candidate?

More Likely
Less Likely
Neither

Vast majority of Americans support offshore drilling

Do you support or oppose offshore drilling for domestic oil and natural gas resources?

Support
Oppose
Neither

Voters agree that increased access to domestic oil and natural gas could create more American jobs

Agree or Disagree: “Increased access to domestic oil and natural gas resources could lead to more American jobs.”

Agree
Disagree
Neither

Voters Support 2016 Candidates Who Want More U.S. Oil & Gas Production

Looking ahead to next year’s elections, if a candidate supports producing more oil and natural gas in the U.S., would you be more or less likely to support that candidate?

More Likely
Less Likely
Don't Know/Refused