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Thanks to John Ray (@johnlray) of YouGov Blue for the visualization box.
Support for Renewable Energy
The chart below shows whether respondents would support or oppose a proposal to "Require a minimum amount of renewable fuels (wind, solar, and hydroelectric) in the generation of electricity even if electricity prices increase somewhat." The tabulations are based on Data for Progress analysis of Cooperative Congressional Election Studies (2016) survey data.
Would you support or oppose giving every American who wants one a job scaling
up renewable energy, weatherizing homes and office buildings, developing mass
transit projects, and maintaining green community spaces?
Would you be more or less likely to support a candidate for office who supports
moving the United States to 100% renewable energy by 2030?
Would you be more or less likely to support a candidate for office who supports a
jobs guarantee to address the economy, inequality, and climate change by offering
every American who wants one a job expanding renewable energy, mass transit,
efficient buildings, community green spaces, and resilient infrastructure?
Would you support or oppose the federal funding of community job creation for
any person who can't find a job?
YouGov Blue and Data for Progress polling. The survey, fielded between July 13 and 16, included 1,515 eligible voters and is weighted to be nationally representative. More information here.