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Americans United On Prioritizing Domestic Fossils Over Climate Change

Energy security ahead of climate change.

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Despite polarization on most issues, Americans unite on energy independence - even if it comes at the cost of climate change priorities. Two-thirds (63%) support drilling for domestic fossil fuels at the expense of climate change.

The IBD/TIPP Poll of 1,308 adults, completed in early March, asked Americans the following question: To what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: The United States should pursue energy independence even if it means relying on domestic fossil fuels at the expense of climate change priorities?

We tally the responses as follows:

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