In the News: Poll: Voters Support Commonsense, All-the-Above Energy Policies Championed by Republicans

“60 percent of voters—including 37 percent of Republicans and 66 percent of independents—say the U.S. government should be doing more to address climate change,” said Neil Newhouse. “The data clearly shows that voters are more likely to support a candidate who endorses ‘commonsense’ policies addressing climate change and clean energy; that’s especially the case for key swing 2022 constituencies.”

Read more about the national survey, conducted on behalf of Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES), popular “commonsense” energy policies, and how they can help candidates attract a broad electorate here.

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