HomeEnvironment & Climate NewsMore than a Third of Americans Wouldn’t Pay $1 to Reduce Carbon...
IT'S BACK: The Heartland Institute's Next CAN'T MISS Climate Conference spot_img

More than a Third of Americans Wouldn’t Pay $1 to Reduce Carbon Dioxide

A poll of 1200 registered voters taken by the Competitive Enterprise Institute found 35 percent unwilling to spend anything for carbon dioxide reduction:

“When asked about willingness to spend out-of-pocket to mitigate climate change, 35 percent of respondents said they would not spend a dollar. Fifteen percent said they would spend up to $10 of their own money on climate change policies. The poll also found 53 percent of respondents would be somewhat or very unlikely to spend extra money to replace a gas-powered car with an electric vehicle.”

Said Myron Ebell of CEI:

“’This poll shows once again that Americans are unwilling to pay for the left’s anti-energy policies,’ said Director of CEI’s Center for Energy and Environment Myron Ebell. ‘The more people learn about the Biden-Harris Blackout Agenda, the less support there will be for spending trillions of taxpayer dollars for no measurable benefits.’”

IT'S BACK: The Heartland Institute's Next CAN'T MISS Climate Conference spot_img
Jane Shaw Stroup
Jane Shaw Stroup
Jane Shaw Stroup is the higher education editor for School Reform News at The Heartland Institute.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Visit Heartland and visit CFACT.

Heartland bringing Climate Realism where & when it mattersspot_img
spot_img
- Advertisement -spot_img
Get it at Amazon.comspot_img

Most Popular

- Advertisement -spot_img

Recent Comments