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NRDC Polling on a Potential Lead and Copper Rule

PollingIllinois, Missouri, Wisconsin
This nationwide polling survey was conducted nationally and in Illinois, Missouri, and Wisconsin on opinions on various provisions of a potential lead and copper rule. The poll was conducted in mid-October, 2022.

State of the Union 2013 Snap Poll Results (PDF)

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NRDC commissioned Public Policy Polling (PPP) to gauge reactions to the President's speech last night and his commitment to tackling climate change. View summary or polling results.

2015 Michigan Poll on Energy Issues (PDF)

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A March, 2015 statewide survey finds that Michiganders are increasingly enthusiastic about energy efficiency and wind and solar power, which they see as creating jobs and having more positive than negative impacts on energy costs. Unsurprisingly, therefore, policy proposals which...

Polling on Smog Rule Delay: California Latino Women Results (PDF)

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President Obama’s decision to delay new public health standards for ozone and smog pollution may have pleased big business, but it but it sorely disappointed key demographic groups, including Latinos and women in nine key 2012 battleground states, according to...

Polling on Smog Rule Delay: Michigan Suburban Women Results (PDF)

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President Obama’s decision to delay new public health standards for ozone and smog pollution may have pleased big business, but it but it sorely disappointed key demographic groups, including Latinos and women in nine key 2012 battleground states, according to...

Polling on Smog Rule Delay: Michigan Results (PDF)

Polling
President Obama’s decision to delay new public health standards for ozone and smog pollution may have pleased big business, but it but it sorely disappointed key demographic groups, including Latinos and women in nine key 2012 battleground states, according to...

Polling on Smog Rule Delay: Michigan Memo (PDF)

Polling
President Obama’s decision to delay new public health standards for ozone and smog pollution may have pleased big business, but it but it sorely disappointed key demographic groups, including Latinos and women in nine key 2012 battleground states, according to...

Polling on Smog Rule Delay: Florida Results (PDF)

Polling
President Obama’s decision to delay new public health standards for ozone and smog pollution may have pleased big business, but it but it sorely disappointed key demographic groups, including Latinos and women in nine key 2012 battleground states, according to...

Polling on Smog Rule Delay: Nevada Memo (PDF)

Polling
President Obama’s decision to delay new public health standards for ozone and smog pollution may have pleased big business, but it but it sorely disappointed key demographic groups, including Latinos and women in nine key 2012 battleground states, according to...

Polling on Smog Rule Delay: National Results (PDF)

Polling
President Obama’s decision to delay new public health standards for ozone and smog pollution may have pleased big business, but it but it sorely disappointed key demographic groups, including Latinos and women in nine key 2012 battleground states, according to...

Polling on Smog Rule Delay: National Memo (PDF)

Polling
President Obama’s decision to delay new public health standards for ozone and smog pollution may have pleased big business, but it but it sorely disappointed key demographic groups, including Latinos and women in nine key 2012 battleground states, according to...

Polling on Smog Rule Delay: National Latino Women Results (PDF)

Polling
President Obama’s decision to delay new public health standards for ozone and smog pollution may have pleased big business, but it but it sorely disappointed key demographic groups, including Latinos and women in nine key 2012 battleground states, according to...

Polling on Smog Rule Delay: Florida Memo (PDF)

Polling
President Obama’s decision to delay new public health standards for ozone and smog pollution may have pleased big business, but it but it sorely disappointed key demographic groups, including Latinos and women in nine key 2012 battleground states, according to...

Polling on Smog Rule Delay: Florida Latino Women Results (PDF)

Polling
President Obama’s decision to delay new public health standards for ozone and smog pollution may have pleased big business, but it but it sorely disappointed key demographic groups, including Latinos and women in nine key 2012 battleground states, according to...