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The Rainey Center Freedom Project publishes a national poll of likely Republican Primary Voters showing support for clean energy technology

Washington, D.C. – The Rainey Center Freedom Project is proud to publish a national poll that shows that Republican Primary Voters are in support of all clean technology energy sources.

This poll, conducted by Ragnar Research Partners and the Rainey Center Freedom Project, shows that a majority of Republican Primary Voters have favorable views of zero-emissions technologies, including robust support for nuclear energy. Furthermore, the poll shows that these voters respond well to new and advanced clean energy sources being incorporated into the energy mix as part of a holistic plan.

“This polling tells us that likely Republican Primary Voters have openness to all major zero-carbon energy sources, including wind, solar, carbon capture and nuclear energy. This is encouraging, because if we are going to build the energy economy of the future, it requires that voters support and understand the options available and that their views are at the heart of the conversation,” said Rainey Center Freedom Project President Sarah Hunt.

"This new poll confirms that Republican Primary Voters, like a majority of all Americans, believe the United States should focus on developing alternative sources of energy. That there is more shared common ground than some would lead us to believe, is wonderful for delivering clean, green energy to all,” said Dr. Michael Dorsey, Director and Chair of the Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability Solutions Service at Arizona State University and Advisory Board Member at the Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy.

See our poll findings in their entirety here.

The Rainey Center Freedom Project is a 501 (c)4 that is the advocacy partner of the Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy, a public policy research organization and leadership community advancing freedom, equality, and a more perfect union where the American dream is for everyone.
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