AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research releases energy survey
CHICAGO — The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research announces publication and availability of a major survey of the attitudes of Americans about key energy issues in the United States.
“From the price of gas at the pump to action by the federal government on energy policy, energy is an issue that touches the lives of every American every day, said Trevor Tompson, director of the AP-NORC Center. “This survey represents an in-depth and up-to-the-minute look at how the American public feels about where responsibility for the nation’s energy problems lies, and who holds responsibility for addressing them.”
“This survey, and The Associated Press reports based on its findings, represent an important contribution to public understanding of one of the most pressing issues of the day,” said Dan Gaylin, executive vice president of the independent research organization NORC at the University of Chicago. “The partnership between The Associated Press and NORC provides insight that will deepen public understanding of energy issues and expand the capacity of policy makers to address them.”
For AP’s story and key findings from the survey, visit APNORC.org.
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