Strong bipartisan majorities of registered
"New Yorkers recognize the importance of producing more oil and natural gas in
The state-wide telephone poll, conducted for API by Harris Poll among 612 registered voters in
- 87 percent support increased development of the country's energy infrastructure. (Democrats 83 percent; Republicans 92 percent; Independents 84 percent)
- 69 percent support increased production of domestic oil and natural gas resources located here in the U.S.
- 73 percent are more likely to support a candidate in November's election who supports increasing the country's energy infrastructure and producing more oil and natural gas from here in the U.S. (Democrats 70 percent; Republicans 87 percent; Independents 68 percent)
- 69 percent think that the federal government does not do enough to encourage the development of the country's energy infrastructure.
The study was conducted
"What America is Thinking on Energy Issues" is a public opinion series provided by API, offering data to inform policy discussions and ensure policymakers and others know Americans' perspectives on key energy issues.
- What America Is Thinking On Energy Issues - Production & Infrastructure:
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