Coal, Renewable Energy and Carbon Emissions in Texas
, The Daily Texan, 6-2-17

Poll: Increasing Number Of Americans Support Fracking, The Daily Caller, 4-13-17

Coal’s up, climate’s down in Trump era — UT poll, EENews, 4-12-17

UT Energy Poll Shows Support for Efforts to Revive U.S. Coal Industry, UT News, 4-12/17

Majority of millennials take energy issues into account when voting, UT poll indicates, The Daily Texan, 11-2-16

Poll: 79 percent say climate change happening, Houston Chronicle, 10-28-16

UT Energy Poll Suggests Millennials’ Views on Climate Change Could Influence Election, NPR, 10-28-16

UT poll: Millennials lead on public agreement that climate is changing, Texas Climate News, 10-28-16

UT Energy Poll: Young voters could tilt presidential race – if they vote, Texas Energy Report, 10-28-16

Millennials’ Views on Climate Change May Influence the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, Scientific American, 10-27-16

Strong Views on Climate Change Could Drive Election Results, Texas Enterprise, 10-27-16

Energy, climate will influence young voters, EnergyWire, 10-27-16

Half of U.S. Conservatives Say Climate Change Is Real, Bloomberg News, 4-27-16

Public opinion on nuclear energy: what influences it, The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 4-27-16

Poll finds millennials more concerned about energy and the environment, The Daily Texas, 4-20-16

Most Americans say climate changing, humans to blame, The Desert Sun, 4-19-16

Majority of Americans support government action on energy security, poll shows, The Daily Texan, 2-22-16

Despite Overwhelming Nationwide Support for Clean Energy, Poll Shows Personal Disconnect, Environmental Defense Fund, 2-19-16

Most in US think power prices high, rising: poll, Platts Megawatt Daily, 2-19-16

UT Poll: Vast majority of Americans backs action against climate change, Texas Climate News, 2-19-16

Most Americans cite terrorism as No. 1 energy security threat, Texas Energy Report, 2-18-16

Fears of Water Contamination From Fracking Subside, Russell Gold, 2-18-16

UT Energy Poll Finds Americans Concerned About Energy Security, Silicon Hills News, 2-18-16

Majority of Republicans and Democrats Say Government and Industry Should Work Together to Improve Energy Security, UT News, 2-18-16

Ted Cruz on climate change: Do his inaccuracies matter to voters?, Yahoo News, 1-22-16

GOP’s stance flies in face of global action, The Boston Globe, 12-16-15

Fossil Fuel v. Renewable Energy: Did Green Slip through the Door while North American Oil & Gas Companies were Busy Creating the Shale Boom?, Oil and Gas 360, 11-23-15

Republicans are talking about climate solutions, Tallahassee Democrat, 11-14-15

Democrats cheer Keystone pipeline setback, but it could hurt them in presidential race, Los Angeles Times, 11-3-15

The Presidential Candidates on Climate Change, Columbia University, 10-26-15

Americans Have Never Been So Sure About Climate Change—Even Republicans, Bloomberg, 10-23-15

Hot, Wet and Opinionated, Columbia University, 10-23-15

UT Energy Poll: Three-quarters of Americans now believe climate change is real, Midland Reporter-Telegram, 10-21-15

Americans Rank Coal ‘The Worst’ in New Poll, Support Policies to Boost Solar and Reduce Coal Use, Greenpeace, 10-21-15

Over 3 out of 4 Americans Now Acknowledge Climate Change Is Occurring–Including the Majority of Republicans, Daily Kos, 10-20-15

More Americans than ever think climate is changing, says UT poll, The Austin-American Statesman, 10-20-15

Poll: 76 percent of Americans say climate change is happening, UPI, 10-20-15

The latest poll on climate change, National Center for Science Education, 10-20-15

UT Poll: Growing share of Americans convinced of climate change, Texas Energy Report, 10-20-15

Latest UT Energy Poll: Americans Choosing Planet Over Pocketbook, Texas Enterprise, 10-20-15

More Americans are willing to think ‘green’ in the voting booth, UT survey shows, San Antonio Business Journal, 10-20-15

UT Poll finds 3 in 4 believe climate change is occurring, KVUE, ABC News, 10-20-15

More Americans believe in climate change, UT poll shows , The Star-Telegram, 10-20-15

UT Energy Poll: Three-quarters of Americans now believe climate change is real, Houston Chronicle, 10-20-15

Texas Standard on KUT, Texas News Roundup, 10-20-15

UT energy poll: Three out of four believe climate change is occurring, The Austin-American Statesman, 10-20-15

Over 3 Out of 4 Americans Now Acknowledge Climate Change Is Occurring – Including the Majority of Republicans , Scientific American, 10-20-15

Millennials want tech gadgets to save energy. But can they afford them?, The Washington Post, 6-24-15

Race, Income, Region and Climate Change, Scientific American, 6-23-15

Men and Women Divided on Nuclear Power, Morning Consult, 5-24-15

UT Energy Poll shows Texans support allowing cities to ban fracking, Dallas Business Journal, 4-30-15

Concern about gasoline prices declines in survey by UT, Houston Chronicle, 4-29-15

Majority Of Americans Have No Idea What The Keystone XL Pipeline Is, Huffington Post, 4-29-15

Poll says majority of Americans back fracking bans by cities, The Olympian, 4-29-15

UT Energy Poll: Americans say gasoline prices are geting better (but they’re still too high), Fuel Fix, 4-29-15

UT Poll says Americans back fracking bans by cities, Star-Telegram, 4-29-15

UT Survey Finds Support for City Fracking Decisions, Texas Tribune, 4-29-15

UT Energy Poll suggests energy opinions track political ideology, Austin American Statesman, 4-29-15

On Climate Change, the Generation Gap Is Widening, The Tyee, 3-16-15

Poll Shows Generational Divide on Energy Issues, E&P Magazine, 11-4-14

Millennial Mania: Will The Most Coveted Voting Bloc Show Up To The Polls?, Huffington Post, 11-4-14

If More Millennials Vote Today, They Could Make A Real Difference On Climate Issues, Fast Company, 11-4-14

UT Energy Poll shows young Americans support pro-environment candidates, The Daily Texan, 11-4-14

UT Energy Poll: The younger the voters, the more support for climate action, Texas Climate News, 11-3-14

There’s A Huge Age Divide In How Americans Want Their Tax Dollars Spent, Business Insider, 10-30-14

Poll Finds Generation Gap on Energy Issues as Millennials Voice Climate Concerns, National Geographic, 10-30-14

Young people want to spend money on jobs and schools. The old like war and Social Security., Vox, 10-30-14

Big Oil’s Popularity Runs Deepest in the South, Morning Consult, 10-30-14

Millennials could make a difference on climate, if they voted, Grist, 10-29-14

What’s your stance on energy? UT poll finds age is a big factor, Dallas Business Journal, 10-29-14

UT Energy Poll discovers big generation gap, Texas Energy Report, 10-29-14

[Slideshow] New poll shows generation gap applies to energy stances, Fuel Fix, 10-29-14

Vast Generation Gap on Energy Issues, Houston Chronicle, 10-28-14

Young Voters Like Candidates Who Favor Environment, But May Not Show Up To Vote, Huffington Post, 10-28-14

Poll: When It Comes to Energy, No Party Is Popular with Voters, Texas Enterprise, 10-28-14

UT Energy Poll Director Sheril Kirshenbaum on NPR’s Science Friday with Ira Flatow, Bill Nye (the Science Guy) and Anthony Leiserowitz, 5-9-14

More Americans view energy efficiency as a priority, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 5-6-14

Surveys: Consumers hot on energy-efficient products but not the politics, Austin Business Journal, 5-1-14

LNG Exports Gain Growing Support, Bloomberg News, 4-30-14

UT Energy Poll: Americans Say Natural Gas Brings Clear Economic Benefits, Energy In Depth, 4-30-14

Poll: Economics trump environment on energy issues, Houston Chronicle, 4-30-14

UT Energy Poll: Americans Say Natural Gas Brings Clear Economic Benefits, North Central PA, 4-30-14

Americans have no idea where their oil comes from, in one chart, Vox, 4-21-14

Cornyn joins call for natural gas exports in response to Ukrainian crisis, Dallas Morning News, 3-12-14

What We’re Thinking, Popular Mechanics, 3-3-14

Ignorance is rife on energy issues, The Hill, 2-27-14

UT’s energy poll: It’s confusing, San Antonio Express, 11-8-13

Energy Literacy, CEP Magazine, 11-4-13

Polls show energy doesn’t spark Americans’ interest, Politico, 10-28-13

Consumers turned on by natural gas, but not fracking, Houston Business Journal, 10-28-13

Confronting America’s Persistent Energy Illiteracy, Forbes, 10-22-13

Poll Shows Growing Disinterest In Energy, E&P magazine, 10-22-13

Confronting America’s Persistent Energy Illiteracy, The Chicago Tribune, 10-22-13

Poll shows public’s disconnect with energy issues, The Daily Texan, 10-21-13

Americans split on natural gas, in need of energy education — Texas poll, E&E Daily, 10-18-13

Public Confusion on Energy Issues, Roll Call, 10-18-13

Poll: Natural gas, yes – fracturing, not so sure, The Houston Chronicle, 10-18-13

Do Americans Understand Energy? Not Really. Scientific American, 10-17-13

Are Americans Losing Interest in Energy?, Texas Enterprise, 10-17-13

Fracking Debate Complicated, To Say The Least, The Southern, 6-30-13

Poll: Americans Oppose Exporting Natural Gas Support of Fracking Regulation and Accept Climate Change, Scientific American, 4-11-13

U.S. natural gas estimate climbs, The Houston Chronicle, 4-10-13

Natural Gas Resources Seen at Record in U.S. on Fracking, Bloomberg, 4-9-13 and Businessweek, 4-9-13 and The Washington Post, 4-10-13

Poll: Americans Say Regulate Fracking More and Climate Change is Here, NPR, 4-9-13

Americans have mixed view on natural gas exports, UT Energy Poll says, Houston Business Journal, 4-9-13

Little support for natural gas exports, UT poll finds, The Houston Chronicle’s Fuel Fix, 4-9-13

Gas exports not favored by many consumers, UT poll finds, Fort Worth Star Telegram, 4-9-13

UT Energy Poll Shows Divides on Hydraulic Fracturing, Climate Change, Texas Enterprise, 4-9-13

Renewable Energy Standards Target of Multi-Pronged Attack, InsideClimate News, 3-19-13

2013: Energy issues on front burner, CNN, 12-28-12

Tougher Fracking Regulations Backed by 66%, Poll Shows, Bloomberg News, 12-13-12

Pa. coal region backing off its Democratic bent, The Philadelphia Inquirer, 10-28-12
(republished at Bloomberg Business Week)

Some Thoughts On The University of Texas Energy Poll, The Houston Chronicle, 10-25-12

‘All of the above’ approach best addresses challenges, The Miami Herald, 10-23-12

The Truth About Gas Prices That Neither Candidate Will Mention, AOL News, 10-22-12

As Election Day nears, Americans focus on candidates’ energy platforms – and give Obama the edge, The Sierra Sync, 10-18-12

Obama and Romney, Oil and Science, New York Times, 10-17-12

When It Comes to Our Energy Future, Voters Have a Clear Choice, Huffington Post, 10-17-12

Mitt Romney uses high gasoline prices to attack Obama in presidential debate, Platts Energy, 10-17-12

Romney: Obama isn’t Mr. energy, San Francisco Chronicle, 10-17-12

UT Energy Poll respondents favor Obama’s energy policies, Houston Business Journal, 10-17-12

Poll: In the Battle Over Energy Policy, Obama Leads, U.S. News & World Report, 10-16-12

Voters favor President Obama’s energy platform over Mitt Romney’s, according to poll, but many undecided, The Boston Globe, 10-16-12

Poll finds voters favor Obama energy policies over Romney platform, The Hill, 10-16-12

UT Poll: Edge for Obama’s energy policies, The Austin Statesman, 10-16-12

New energy poll shows support for…, Fort Worth Business Press, 10-16-12

Despite gas prices, more favor Obama on energy policy, The Dallas Morning News, 10-16-12

New Poll Shows More Support for Obama’s Energy Policies, Natural Gas and Renewables, NPR’s State Impact, 10-16-12

Poll: Candidates should address gasoline prices in debate, The Houston Chronicle, 10-16-12

Voters Favor Obama on Energy, says UT Poll, Texas Enterprise, 10-16-12

Energy Perception and Policy Reality, NPR, 10-15-12

Climate Change Whiplash: 71% of Americans Now Link Extreme Weather to Global Warming, Yahoo News, 10-10-12

Is Climate Change the Sleeper Issue of the 2012 Election?, The Atlantic, 10-4-12

Record Summer Heat Shifts Public Opinion on Global Warming, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 9-3-12

Only 2% of Canadians Don’t Think Climate Change Is Happening, The Atlantic Wire, 8-16-12

Fred Krupp: A New Climate-Change Consensus, Wall Street Journal, 8-7-12

Will Climate Doubt Dry Up with the Drought?, OnEarth Magazine, 8-6-12

Record Heat Wave Pushes U.S. Belief In Climate Change To 70%, Bloomberg News, 7-18-12

Most Americans Don’t Know What Fracking Is, Study Finds, Talking Points Memo, 6-20-12

Americans Polarized on Climate, Tuned Out on ‘Fracking’, New York Times, 6-19-12

Dr. Ray Orbach, UT Energy Institute, on CNBC Squawk Box, April 10, 2012

UT Poll: Most Folks Want To Keep the EPA, And What is This ‘Fracking’ You Speak Of?, Dallas Observer Biz, 4-11-12

Poll: Consumers Favor Domestic Energy Production, Natural Gas, NPR State Impact, 4-10-12

Energy Poll Shows Strong Support for More Domestic Energy Production, Less Concern for the Environment, Scientific American, 4-10-12

Poll: Americans Believe U.S. Headed in Wrong Direction on Energy, Colorado Energy News, 11-4-11

The REFRESH Act is as important to fueling America as it is to feeding it, by Adam Monroe in The Hill’s Congress Blog, 11-3-11

Americans say US is headed in wrong direction on energy, Oil & Gas Financial Journal, 11-1-11

U.S. Failing On Energy Issues, Americans say, Earth Techling, 11-1-11

Improving energy efficiency, Boulder’s Daily Camera, 10-31-11

24% of Americans Consider Themselves Knowledgeable About Energy, Greentech Enterprise, 10-31-11

New UT Poll Shows Americans Want Clean Energy, Huffington Post posted by Nicole Lederer, 10-21-11

US Energy Poll Reveals, The Energy Collective posted by Geoffrey Styles, 10-21-11

Poll: Americans dissatisfied with direction on energy issues. Are you?, Houston Chronicle (also picked up by Energy Tribune), 10-21-11

UT Poll: Americans worried about direction on energy, Austin Business Journal (also picked up by Energy Digger) 10-21-11

Three Quarters of the US Thinks Nation Not Making Enough Progress on Renewable Energy, Tree Hugger Newsletter 10-20-11

U.S. Going Wrong Way on Energy, Americans Say, CleanTechnica, 10-20-11

Results of first UT Energy Poll released, attempts to sway energy policymakers, The Daily Texan, 10-20-11

Poll: Americans believe U.S. headed in wrong direction on energy,, 10-20-11

Poll: Americans Aren’t Optimistic About Energy, Texas Enterprise blog by Steve Brooks 10-19-11

UT Poll: Americans are most satisfied with the way they themselves handle energy issues,Dallas Morning News, 10-19-11

Energy Poll: Americans fret about Congress, foreign oil USA Today, 10-19-11

UT Poll: Most Not Happy With Energy Direction,KUHF Radio, 10-19-11

U.S. consumption of foreign oil tops concerns,Energy Houston Business Journal, 10-19-11

Poll: Most Americans Worry About U.S. Oil Consumption, blog by Beth Bucznski at, 10-19-11


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