Energy Policy: Banneker Center Survey #212
RESULTS
Economic Justice Survey

Results of July Survey
Energy Policy

Thank you for voicing your opinions! Here is what you said.



It is right for national governments to spend tax money on assuring access to energy for their citizens.

43% said That's true
43% said That's false
14% said Unsure

If gasoline prices rise in a country, the citizens will always find ways to consume less gasoline.

71% said That's true
29% said That's false

It is good for me when the government subsidizes the petroleum industry.

0% said That's true
100% said That's false

It is good for me when the government subsidizes the wind-turbine and solar industries.

29% said That's true
43% said That's false
28% said Unsure

If people had to pay the true economic and environmental cost of the energy that they consume, it would be good for the economy.

86% said Yes
0% said No
14% said Unsure

Some individuals have more of a right to cheap energy than others.

14% said Yes
71% said No
15% said Unsure

Some corporations have more of a right to cheap energy than others.

0% said Yes
86% said No
14% said Unsure

If the United States were less dependent on foreign petroleum sources, it would be less likely to suffer terrorist attacks.

29% said I am sure this is true
29% said I think this is true
0% said I don't know
29% said I think this is false
13% said I am sure this is false

Countries that rely heavily on petroleum products ought to spend some tax money to look closely at alternatives.

71% said Yes
29% said No



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