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POLL SHOWS AMERICANS
WANT MORE DONE
ON ENVIRONMENT

As we head into the new millennium, Clean Air Trust thought it appropriate to point out that a wide variety of public opinion surveys taken in the past year show that Americans favor tougher environmental standards, particularly for clean air. Surveys from 1999 reveal strong support for stricter environmental statutes, as well as a growing concern with the overall quality of the environment. Here is a summary of key findings.

Potential voters place the environment high on their list of important issues.

Government can play a large role in protecting the environment.

Americans believe that environmental problems will increase.

Not enough is being done to protect the environment.

Industry, government should care more about the environment.

Tougher clean air standards should be set to protect people's health.

SUVs, minivans, and diesel trucks should be better regulated.

Americans want cleaner gasoline.

Democrats are doing more to protect the environment.

More Americans trust the EPA to set air quality standards over Congress.

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Written by: Clean Air Trust


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