UT Energy Poll Director Sheril Kirshenbaum was a guest on NPR’s Science Friday, in the week of the release of the 2014 U.S. National Climate Assessment.  Other guests were Bill Nye (the Science Guy) and Anthony Leiserowitz, Director of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication. 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

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, Physorg.com, 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 care2.com, 10-19-11