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Gallup: Americans Want More Energy from Solar, Wind, Natural Gas

A Gallup poll conducted in March found 76 percent of Americans want more domestic energy from solar power, followed by wind (71 percent) and natural gas (65 percent).

Only 46 percent of survey respondents want to emphasize the production of oil and 37 percent want more nuclear power, while coal is least popular with 31 percent of Americans wanting to prioritize its production, according to an article on Gallup’s website.

Read more at Energy Manager Today.

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One thought on “Gallup: Americans Want More Energy from Solar, Wind, Natural Gas

  1. Even though solar panels are a little costly but they are very economical in if seen as long term investment. Also these are very easily available nowadays and Government orgs provides subsidies on them.

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