Recent 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 to Congress: Make a U-Turn on Special Vehicle Preferences October 2019 New Survey Results Find Voters (Still) Don’t Favor EV Subsidies  May 2019 New Survey […]

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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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