American Lung Association Clean Air Survey June 2011

The American Lung Association conducted a nationwide, bipartisan survey to examine voters’ views of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the agency’s efforts to update pollution standards. The polling information has national data and state data for Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. The results of the survey challenge assertions made by some Members of Congress and major oil and power companies regarding the public’s attitudes on air pollution, including smog; confidence in the EPA and its impact on job creation and economic recovery.

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