New National and State Polling Reveals Strong Disapproval for President Obama’s Smog Rule Delay, Strong Unfavorable Ratings for Congress’ Assault on Clean Air Act

Polling
October 13, 2011

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 a new national poll. In addition, respondents nationally and in key states say they want Congress to end its legislative assault on the Clean Air Act.