The Unregulated Podcast #134 Happy Hour

On this episode of The Unregulated Podcast Tom Pyle and Mike McKenna discuss Biden’s latest tumults, the AI-enabled end times, new survey data from AEA and the Committee to Unleash Prosperity, and more. Links: New Survey, Same Results: Voters Prefer Affordable Energy over Climate Agenda A tale of two FOIA requests Case Closed: Pence Classified […]

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New Survey, Same Results: Voters Prefer Affordable Energy over Climate Agenda

Voters reject policies, like carbon taxes, that make energy more expensive and believe consumers, not government, should decide what types of cars people can buy. WASHINGTON DC (06/01/2023) – The American Energy Alliance and the Committee to Unleash Prosperity recently sponsored a nationwide survey of 1000 likely voters (3.1 percent margin of error) conducted by […]

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AEA Surveys

The American Energy Alliance has conducted and sponsored a number of surveys in recent years to reveal public sentiment on key energy issues. Survey Title and Link Release Date Voters Don’t Want to Pay for Biden’s Global Warming Agenda April 2021 American Voters Concerned about Economy, Not Climate May 2020 Voters to Congress: Make a […]

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New Survey Finds Voters Skeptical of Government Action on Climate Change

WASHINGTON – Today, the American Energy Alliance has released the results of a nationwide survey of 1005 likely voters (margin of error = 3.1%) revealing Americans’ perspective on issues related to the Green New Deal, climate change, and the federal fuel economy mandate. The findings include:  Consistent with previous polling, very few voters identify climate change as […]

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Survey: Americans Don’t Want to Pay for Neighbor’s EV

WASHINGTON – Today, the American Energy Alliance released a new survey examining voters’ attitudes toward transportation policy, specifically government support for electric vehicles. The results show that Americans are deeply skeptical of government making decisions for them with respect to vehicles or fuels—for example, when it comes to using tax dollars to subsidize electric vehicles. […]

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