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FALL 2015

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SPRING 2015

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FALL 2014

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SPRING 2013

Where is it most important for the U.S. government to spend your tax dollars?

Regional differences among Americans who think that
climate change is occurring:

Americans who say climate change is occurring

Support* for the use of hydraulic fracturing by region

* Data represents survey respondents who say they are familiar with the term hydraulic fracturing (42% of total base or 889 individuals).

Should the U.S. export natural gas to other countries?

Where is it most important for the U.S. government to spend your tax dollars?

Are you satisfied with the job that each is doing to address the energy issues most important to you?

Who do you trust most to provide accurate, impartial information on hydraulic fracturing?

Which benefits do you most associate with renewable energy sources?

FALL 2012

Percentage of Americans who say they are significantly concerned about each of the following:

Indicate which among the following factors contribute significantly to global climate change*:

* Results represent the 73 percent (1520) of total respondents that say global climate change is occurring.

SUMMER 2012

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The University of Texas at Austin Energy Poll on climate change for July 2012 reflects the views of 1,029 Americans surveyed during July 12-16, 2012. The data were weighted using U.S. Census Bureau figures, as well as propensity scores, to ensure the sample’s composition reflects the actual U.S. population.

SPRING 2012

How familiar are you with the term ‘hydraulic fracturing’ (sometimes referred to as ‘fracking’)?

The pie chart above represents a subset of the larger sample, accounting for the 65 percent of respondents that previously replied that global climate change is occurring.

* These results reflect the 752 survey respondents that reported they were familiar with the term ’hydraulic fracturing’ (sometimes referred to as ‘fracking’).

Do natural forces (not manmade) contribute to global climate change?

How familiar are you with the term ‘hydraulic fracturing’ (sometimes referred to as ‘fracking’)?

The University of Texas at Austin Energy Poll, developed by the McCombs School of Business’ Energy Management and Innovation Center, seeks to provide an objective, authoritative look at consumer attitudes and perspectives on key energy issues. It is designed to help inform national discussion, business planning and policy development. Conducted biannually, the online poll rates leadership on energy issues, measures consumers’ energy priorities, and tracks knowledge and energy consumption behaviors. The poll is a collaborative effort of academics, polling experts, nongovernmental organizations, large energy users and energy producers.

 

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