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Morning Consult
Story Partners Energy Poll:
June 2014



Topline Results










Methodology:
This poll was conducted from May 29-June 1, 2014, among a national sample of 1754 likely 2014 voters. The
interviews were conducted online and the data were weighted to approximate a target sample of likely
voters based on age, race/ethnicity, gender, educational attainment, region, annual household income,
home ownership status and marital status. Results from the full survey have a margin of error of plus or
minus two percentage points.
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1: True or False. The United States is becoming an energy superpower



True False N
Likely Voters 44 56 1754
Male 53 47 818
Female 36 64 936
Age: 18-29 57 43 304
Age: 30-44 49 51 414
Age: 45-64 38 62 662
Age: 65+ 38 62 374
Ethnicity - White 39 61 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 50 50 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 65 35 201
Ethnicity - Other 52 48 73
Urban 50 50 421
Suburban 44 56 876
Rural 38 62 457
Democrats (no lean) 49 51 631
Independents (no lean) 41 59 561
Republicans (no lean) 40 60 561
Liberal (1-3) 51 49 477
Moderate (4) 43 57 512
Conservative (5-7) 40 60 695
Income: Under 50k 45 55 761
Income: 50k-100k 41 59 577
Income: 100k+ 46 54 417
Educ: < College 44 56 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 41 59 390
Educ: Post-grad 50 50 212
Tea Party - Supporter 42 58 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 44 56 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 44 56 796
Dual Use 48 52 602
LL Only/Mostly 35 65 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 49 51 643
2010 Vote: Republican 37 63 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 51 49 808
2012 Vote: Republican 38 62 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 53 47 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 36 64 417
2014 Vote: Republican 39 61 657
3
1: True or False. The United States is becoming an energy superpower



True False N
Likely Voters 44 56 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 100 0 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 0 100 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 64 36 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 26 74 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 51 49 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 34 66 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 56 44 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 37 63 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 43 57 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 45 55 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 41 59 394
Build smart grid: Favor 44 56 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 36 64 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 44 56 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 43 57 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 45 55 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 38 62 185
4
2: True or False. The United States is becoming energy independent.



True False N
Likely Voters 47 53 1754
Male 54 46 818
Female 40 60 936
Age: 18-29 50 50 304
Age: 30-44 47 53 414
Age: 45-64 43 57 662
Age: 65+ 48 52 374
Ethnicity - White 44 56 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 59 41 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 56 44 201
Ethnicity - Other 50 50 73
Urban 54 46 421
Suburban 45 55 876
Rural 43 57 457
Democrats (no lean) 52 48 631
Independents (no lean) 46 54 561
Republicans (no lean) 41 59 561
Liberal (1-3) 55 45 477
Moderate (4) 44 56 512
Conservative (5-7) 42 58 695
Income: Under 50k 48 52 761
Income: 50k-100k 44 56 577
Income: 100k+ 49 51 417
Educ: < College 48 52 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 40 60 390
Educ: Post-grad 53 47 212
Tea Party - Supporter 43 57 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 48 52 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 46 54 796
Dual Use 47 53 602
LL Only/Mostly 49 51 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 51 49 643
2010 Vote: Republican 39 61 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 53 47 808
2012 Vote: Republican 39 61 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 53 47 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 44 56 417
2014 Vote: Republican 42 58 657
5
2: True or False. The United States is becoming energy independent.



True False N
Likely Voters 47 53 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 68 32 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 30 70 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 100 0 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 0 100 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 52 48 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 39 61 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 54 46 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 38 62 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 51 49 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 49 51 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 39 61 394
Build smart grid: Favor 47 53 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 42 58 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 47 53 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 45 55 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 47 53 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 41 59 185
6
3: Natural gas production in the United States has increased significantly in recent years. Would you favor or oppose the United
States exporting natural gas to other countries?





Strongly
Favor
Somewhat
Favor
Somewhat
Oppose
Strongly
Oppose
N
Likely Voters 15 43 29 13 1754
Male 20 43 25 12 818
Female 10 42 34 14 936
Age: 18-29 23 45 23 9 304
Age: 30-44 16 41 29 14 414
Age: 45-64 13 42 30 16 662
Age: 65+ 10 44 35 10 374
Ethnicity - White 13 42 31 14 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 17 40 34 9 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 20 48 18 14 201
Ethnicity - Other 19 39 31 11 73
Urban 16 43 28 13 421
Suburban 16 44 30 10 876
Rural 12 39 30 19 457
Democrats (no lean) 13 43 29 15 631
Independents (no lean) 14 42 30 14 561
Republicans (no lean) 18 43 29 11 561
Liberal (1-3) 11 49 27 13 477
Moderate (4) 11 41 34 14 512
Conservative (5-7) 21 40 27 12 695
Income: Under 50k 17 39 28 16 761
Income: 50k-100k 12 39 36 13 577
Income: 100k+ 15 53 23 8 417
Educ: < College 14 41 29 15 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 13 47 31 9 390
Educ: Post-grad 20 43 27 9 212
Tea Party - Supporter 25 41 22 12 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 11 43 32 14 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 17 41 28 13 796
Dual Use 12 48 28 12 602
LL Only/Mostly 13 38 33 15 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 12 43 29 16 643
2010 Vote: Republican 20 43 27 10 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 12 45 29 14 808
2012 Vote: Republican 18 42 29 11 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 12 46 28 14 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 10 41 33 16 417
2014 Vote: Republican 21 40 29 10 657
7
3: Natural gas production in the United States has increased significantly in recent years. Would you favor or oppose the United
States exporting natural gas to other countries?





Strongly
Favor
Somewhat
Favor
Somewhat
Oppose
Strongly
Oppose
N
Likely Voters 15 43 29 13 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 20 47 25 9 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 11 40 33 17 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 18 46 26 10 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 12 40 33 16 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 26 74 0 0 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 0 0 69 31 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 43 52 4 2 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 5 24 45 26 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 6 56 31 7 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 16 43 29 12 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 10 42 30 18 394
Build smart grid: Favor 15 43 30 12 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 13 36 24 28 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 17 43 28 11 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 8 41 33 18 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 16 44 29 11 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 8 29 35 28 185
8
4: Natural gas production in the United States has increased significantly in recent years. Would you favor or oppose the United
States exporting natural gas to other countries?




Favor Oppose N
Likely Voters 57 43 1754
Male 63 37 818
Female 53 47 936
Age: 18-29 68 32 304
Age: 30-44 57 43 414
Age: 45-64 55 45 662
Age: 65+ 54 46 374
Ethnicity - White 56 44 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 57 43 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 68 32 201
Ethnicity - Other 58 42 73
Urban 59 41 421
Suburban 60 40 876
Rural 51 49 457
Democrats (no lean) 56 44 631
Independents (no lean) 56 44 561
Republicans (no lean) 61 39 561
Liberal (1-3) 60 40 477
Moderate (4) 52 48 512
Conservative (5-7) 60 40 695
Income: Under 50k 56 44 761
Income: 50k-100k 51 49 577
Income: 100k+ 69 31 417
Educ: < College 55 45 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 60 40 390
Educ: Post-grad 63 37 212
Tea Party - Supporter 66 34 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 54 46 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 58 42 796
Dual Use 59 41 602
LL Only/Mostly 52 48 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 55 45 643
2010 Vote: Republican 63 37 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 57 43 808
2012 Vote: Republican 60 40 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 58 42 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 51 49 417
2014 Vote: Republican 61 39 657
9
4: Natural gas production in the United States has increased significantly in recent years. Would you favor or oppose the United
States exporting natural gas to other countries?




Favor Oppose N
Likely Voters 57 43 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 67 33 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 50 50 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 64 36 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 52 48 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 100 0 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 0 100 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 94 6 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 29 71 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 62 38 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 59 41 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 52 48 394
Build smart grid: Favor 58 42 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 49 51 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 61 39 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 49 51 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 60 40 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 37 63 185
10
5: When it comes to the total amount of energy the United States exports to other countries, should the United States increase
the total amount of energy exports, decrease the total amount of energy exports, or keep the total amount of energy exports
about the same?





The United
States should
increase the
total amount of
energy exports
The United
States should
decrease the
total amount of
energy exports
The United
States should
keep energy
exports about
the same
N
Likely Voters 25 39 36 1754
Male 30 38 32 818
Female 21 39 40 936
Age: 18-29 33 32 35 304
Age: 30-44 25 43 32 414
Age: 45-64 24 38 37 662
Age: 65+ 19 41 40 374
Ethnicity - White 25 40 36 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 24 41 35 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 26 34 40 201
Ethnicity - Other 36 27 37 73
Urban 29 40 31 421
Suburban 26 37 37 876
Rural 21 40 39 457
Democrats (no lean) 25 39 35 631
Independents (no lean) 25 36 39 561
Republicans (no lean) 25 40 35 561
Liberal (1-3) 28 34 39 477
Moderate (4) 21 46 33 512
Conservative (5-7) 28 37 35 695
Income: Under 50k 25 40 35 761
Income: 50k-100k 21 43 36 577
Income: 100k+ 31 31 38 417
Educ: < College 23 42 35 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 27 34 39 390
Educ: Post-grad 31 31 38 212
Tea Party - Supporter 33 37 30 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 22 39 39 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 27 41 33 796
Dual Use 22 36 42 602
LL Only/Mostly 26 39 35 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 24 40 36 643
2010 Vote: Republican 28 37 35 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 25 39 36 808
2012 Vote: Republican 27 39 35 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 26 38 36 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 18 44 38 417
2014 Vote: Republican 29 37 35 657
11
5: When it comes to the total amount of energy the United States exports to other countries, should the United States increase
the total amount of energy exports, decrease the total amount of energy exports, or keep the total amount of energy exports
about the same?





The United
States should
increase the
total amount of
energy exports
The United
States should
decrease the
total amount of
energy exports
The United
States should
keep energy
exports about
the same
N
Likely Voters 25 39 36 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 32 32 36 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 20 44 37 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 29 31 40 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 22 45 33 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 41 20 39 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 3 65 32 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 100 0 0 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 0 100 0 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 0 0 100 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 26 40 34 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 21 36 43 394
Build smart grid: Favor 26 38 36 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 11 54 35 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 27 39 34 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 19 39 42 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 26 36 37 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 16 58 26 185
12
6: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Drilling and tapping US (United States) gas and oil reserves





Strongly
Favor
Somewhat
Favor
Somewhat
Oppose
Strongly
Oppose
N
Likely Voters 38 40 15 7 1754
Male 41 39 12 8 818
Female 36 40 17 7 936
Age: 18-29 23 37 23 17 304
Age: 30-44 32 44 17 7 414
Age: 45-64 42 41 12 5 662
Age: 65+ 51 33 11 5 374
Ethnicity - White 41 38 14 6 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 26 46 17 11 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 28 40 18 13 201
Ethnicity - Other 33 44 14 9 73
Urban 36 38 16 10 421
Suburban 38 39 16 7 876
Rural 40 41 12 7 457
Democrats (no lean) 27 41 20 12 631
Independents (no lean) 33 44 16 7 561
Republicans (no lean) 55 33 8 3 561
Liberal (1-3) 22 42 25 12 477
Moderate (4) 32 47 14 6 512
Conservative (5-7) 55 33 9 4 695
Income: Under 50k 40 37 15 8 761
Income: 50k-100k 35 42 16 7 577
Income: 100k+ 39 41 15 6 417
Educ: < College 39 39 13 8 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 33 41 20 6 390
Educ: Post-grad 42 38 14 7 212
Tea Party - Supporter 56 31 9 4 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 30 43 18 9 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 35 40 17 9 796
Dual Use 40 41 14 5 602
LL Only/Mostly 43 36 13 8 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 28 42 20 10 643
2010 Vote: Republican 56 33 7 4 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 24 44 22 11 808
2012 Vote: Republican 56 34 6 3 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 25 41 22 13 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 33 48 14 5 417
2014 Vote: Republican 55 33 8 3 657
13
6: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Drilling and tapping US (United States) gas and oil reserves





Strongly
Favor
Somewhat
Favor
Somewhat
Oppose
Strongly
Oppose
N
Likely Voters 38 40 15 7 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 37 42 15 6 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 39 38 15 9 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 36 45 13 6 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 40 35 17 9 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 40 39 14 7 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 35 40 17 9 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 45 35 14 5 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 39 40 13 8 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 32 41 18 9 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 49 51 0 0 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 0 0 67 33 394
Build smart grid: Favor 39 40 15 6 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 19 33 22 25 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 49 40 9 2 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 8 37 32 22 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 41 40 13 6 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 15 31 31 22 185
14
7: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Drilling and tapping US (United States) gas and oil reserves




Favor Oppose N
Likely Voters 78 22 1754
Male 80 20 818
Female 75 25 936
Age: 18-29 60 40 304
Age: 30-44 76 24 414
Age: 45-64 83 17 662
Age: 65+ 84 16 374
Ethnicity - White 80 20 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 72 28 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 68 32 201
Ethnicity - Other 77 23 73
Urban 74 26 421
Suburban 77 23 876
Rural 81 19 457
Democrats (no lean) 68 32 631
Independents (no lean) 77 23 561
Republicans (no lean) 88 12 561
Liberal (1-3) 63 37 477
Moderate (4) 80 20 512
Conservative (5-7) 88 12 695
Income: Under 50k 77 23 761
Income: 50k-100k 77 23 577
Income: 100k+ 79 21 417
Educ: < College 78 22 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 74 26 390
Educ: Post-grad 79 21 212
Tea Party - Supporter 87 13 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 73 27 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 74 26 796
Dual Use 81 19 602
LL Only/Mostly 79 21 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 70 30 643
2010 Vote: Republican 89 11 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 68 32 808
2012 Vote: Republican 90 10 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 65 35 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 81 19 417
2014 Vote: Republican 88 12 657
15
7: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Drilling and tapping US (United States) gas and oil reserves




Favor Oppose N
Likely Voters 78 22 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 79 21 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 76 24 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 81 19 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 75 25 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 80 20 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 75 25 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 81 19 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 79 21 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 73 27 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 100 0 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 0 100 394
Build smart grid: Favor 79 21 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 53 47 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 89 11 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 46 54 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 81 19 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 47 53 185
16
8: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Building a smart electricity grid nationwide to improve the efficiency of energy production and delivery.





Strongly
Favor
Somewhat
Favor
Somewhat
Oppose
Strongly
Oppose
N
Likely Voters 54 40 4 2 1754
Male 60 35 3 2 818
Female 49 44 6 2 936
Age: 18-29 47 42 6 4 304
Age: 30-44 52 41 5 2 414
Age: 45-64 55 41 3 1 662
Age: 65+ 58 36 5 1 374
Ethnicity - White 55 40 4 1 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 63 33 4 1 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 45 43 7 5 201
Ethnicity - Other 50 45 2 2 73
Urban 51 42 5 2 421
Suburban 58 38 3 0 876
Rural 48 42 6 3 457
Democrats (no lean) 56 38 5 2 631
Independents (no lean) 53 40 5 2 561
Republicans (no lean) 53 42 3 2 561
Liberal (1-3) 57 40 3 1 477
Moderate (4) 55 40 4 1 512
Conservative (5-7) 53 41 5 1 695
Income: Under 50k 51 41 6 2 761
Income: 50k-100k 53 41 4 2 577
Income: 100k+ 60 37 3 0 417
Educ: < College 51 42 5 2 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 56 39 5 1 390
Educ: Post-grad 66 31 2 1 212
Tea Party - Supporter 52 39 7 1 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 55 40 3 2 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 52 41 6 2 796
Dual Use 55 41 3 1 602
LL Only/Mostly 57 37 4 2 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 58 38 4 1 643
2010 Vote: Republican 57 38 4 2 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 56 38 4 2 808
2012 Vote: Republican 53 41 4 1 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 57 37 4 2 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 51 43 5 2 417
2014 Vote: Republican 53 41 5 1 657
17
8: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Building a smart electricity grid nationwide to improve the efficiency of energy production and delivery.





Strongly
Favor
Somewhat
Favor
Somewhat
Oppose
Strongly
Oppose
N
Likely Voters 54 40 4 2 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 62 33 4 1 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 48 46 5 2 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 56 39 4 2 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 52 41 5 2 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 56 39 4 1 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 51 42 5 2 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 62 35 2 0 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 52 40 6 2 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 51 43 3 3 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 55 41 4 0 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 50 37 6 6 394
Build smart grid: Favor 57 43 0 0 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 0 0 71 29 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 56 40 4 0 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 49 40 6 5 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 57 39 3 0 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 25 46 15 13 185
18
9: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Building a smart electricity grid nationwide to improve the efficiency of energy production and delivery.




Favor Oppose N
Likely Voters 94 6 1754
Male 95 5 818
Female 93 7 936
Age: 18-29 89 11 304
Age: 30-44 93 7 414
Age: 45-64 96 4 662
Age: 65+ 95 5 374
Ethnicity - White 95 5 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 95 5 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 88 12 201
Ethnicity - Other 96 4 73
Urban 93 7 421
Suburban 96 4 876
Rural 90 10 457
Democrats (no lean) 94 6 631
Independents (no lean) 93 7 561
Republicans (no lean) 95 5 561
Liberal (1-3) 96 4 477
Moderate (4) 94 6 512
Conservative (5-7) 94 6 695
Income: Under 50k 92 8 761
Income: 50k-100k 94 6 577
Income: 100k+ 97 3 417
Educ: < College 93 7 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 95 5 390
Educ: Post-grad 98 2 212
Tea Party - Supporter 92 8 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 95 5 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 92 8 796
Dual Use 96 4 602
LL Only/Mostly 94 6 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 95 5 643
2010 Vote: Republican 95 5 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 94 6 808
2012 Vote: Republican 95 5 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 94 6 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 94 6 417
2014 Vote: Republican 94 6 657
19
9: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Building a smart electricity grid nationwide to improve the efficiency of energy production and delivery.




Favor Oppose N
Likely Voters 94 6 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 95 5 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 93 7 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 95 5 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 93 7 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 95 5 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 93 7 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 97 3 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 92 8 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 94 6 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 96 4 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 87 13 394
Build smart grid: Favor 100 0 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 0 100 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 96 4 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 89 11 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 97 3 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 71 29 185
20
10: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Building the Keystone XL pipeline that would carry oil from Canada to Texas.





Strongly
Favor
Somewhat
Favor
Somewhat
Oppose
Strongly
Oppose
N
Likely Voters 39 35 16 11 1754
Male 45 32 13 10 818
Female 33 37 19 11 936
Age: 18-29 21 36 26 16 304
Age: 30-44 37 36 16 10 414
Age: 45-64 40 34 15 10 662
Age: 65+ 52 31 10 7 374
Ethnicity - White 41 34 15 10 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 32 35 17 16 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 30 37 22 11 201
Ethnicity - Other 29 39 18 13 73
Urban 38 32 17 13 421
Suburban 39 36 14 10 876
Rural 38 34 19 9 457
Democrats (no lean) 24 38 21 17 631
Independents (no lean) 37 35 18 10 561
Republicans (no lean) 56 31 9 4 561
Liberal (1-3) 22 32 23 22 477
Moderate (4) 32 41 18 9 512
Conservative (5-7) 56 31 10 3 695
Income: Under 50k 38 34 17 11 761
Income: 50k-100k 36 36 17 12 577
Income: 100k+ 44 34 13 9 417
Educ: < College 39 35 16 10 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 36 36 18 11 390
Educ: Post-grad 43 31 12 13 212
Tea Party - Supporter 57 29 9 4 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 31 37 19 13 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 35 37 17 11 796
Dual Use 40 35 17 8 602
LL Only/Mostly 44 28 13 15 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 29 34 21 17 643
2010 Vote: Republican 60 29 8 3 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 24 38 21 18 808
2012 Vote: Republican 59 31 8 2 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 24 34 22 20 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 32 45 17 7 417
2014 Vote: Republican 58 28 10 3 657
21
10: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Building the Keystone XL pipeline that would carry oil from Canada to Texas.





Strongly
Favor
Somewhat
Favor
Somewhat
Oppose
Strongly
Oppose
N
Likely Voters 39 35 16 11 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 39 35 16 10 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 38 35 16 11 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 37 37 17 9 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 40 33 15 12 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 43 34 14 9 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 32 35 19 13 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 49 30 13 8 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 37 36 15 12 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 33 36 20 11 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 47 38 12 4 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 11 24 31 34 394
Build smart grid: Favor 40 35 16 10 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 23 28 26 23 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 53 47 0 0 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 0 0 60 40 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 42 35 14 9 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 9 30 34 27 185
22
11: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Building the Keystone XL pipeline that would carry oil from Canada to Texas.




Favor Oppose N
Likely Voters 73 27 1754
Male 77 23 818
Female 69 31 936
Age: 18-29 57 43 304
Age: 30-44 74 26 414
Age: 45-64 75 25 662
Age: 65+ 83 17 374
Ethnicity - White 75 25 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 67 33 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 67 33 201
Ethnicity - Other 68 32 73
Urban 70 30 421
Suburban 75 25 876
Rural 72 28 457
Democrats (no lean) 62 38 631
Independents (no lean) 72 28 561
Republicans (no lean) 87 13 561
Liberal (1-3) 55 45 477
Moderate (4) 73 27 512
Conservative (5-7) 88 12 695
Income: Under 50k 72 28 761
Income: 50k-100k 71 29 577
Income: 100k+ 78 22 417
Educ: < College 73 27 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 72 28 390
Educ: Post-grad 74 26 212
Tea Party - Supporter 87 13 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 67 33 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 72 28 796
Dual Use 74 26 602
LL Only/Mostly 72 28 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 63 37 643
2010 Vote: Republican 90 10 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 61 39 808
2012 Vote: Republican 90 10 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 58 42 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 76 24 417
2014 Vote: Republican 87 13 657
23
11: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Building the Keystone XL pipeline that would carry oil from Canada to Texas.




Favor Oppose N
Likely Voters 73 27 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 73 27 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 73 27 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 74 26 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 73 27 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 77 23 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 68 32 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 79 21 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 73 27 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 69 31 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 84 16 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 35 65 394
Build smart grid: Favor 75 25 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 51 49 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 100 0 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 0 100 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 77 23 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 38 62 185
24
12: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Investing in developing energy infrastructure to move and transport domestic sources of energy





Strongly
Favor
Somewhat
Favor
Somewhat
Oppose
Strongly
Oppose
N
Likely Voters 41 48 9 2 1754
Male 49 44 5 2 818
Female 35 51 12 2 936
Age: 18-29 33 50 11 5 304
Age: 30-44 39 50 11 1 414
Age: 45-64 42 48 8 1 662
Age: 65+ 49 45 5 1 374
Ethnicity - White 42 48 8 2 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 50 41 8 1 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 29 51 16 5 201
Ethnicity - Other 43 51 4 2 73
Urban 41 47 10 2 421
Suburban 44 49 7 1 876
Rural 37 48 11 4 457
Democrats (no lean) 37 49 12 2 631
Independents (no lean) 41 50 8 2 561
Republicans (no lean) 46 46 6 2 561
Liberal (1-3) 37 53 9 1 477
Moderate (4) 36 51 11 2 512
Conservative (5-7) 50 43 6 1 695
Income: Under 50k 37 48 12 3 761
Income: 50k-100k 40 51 7 2 577
Income: 100k+ 51 45 4 0 417
Educ: < College 37 50 11 3 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 44 50 5 1 390
Educ: Post-grad 60 35 4 0 212
Tea Party - Supporter 49 43 6 1 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 38 50 10 2 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 40 48 9 2 796
Dual Use 42 48 8 1 602
LL Only/Mostly 43 47 8 3 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 39 49 10 1 643
2010 Vote: Republican 49 44 6 1 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 37 50 11 3 808
2012 Vote: Republican 47 45 7 1 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 37 50 10 3 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 39 50 9 2 417
2014 Vote: Republican 47 45 7 1 657
25
12: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Investing in developing energy infrastructure to move and transport domestic sources of energy





Strongly
Favor
Somewhat
Favor
Somewhat
Oppose
Strongly
Oppose
N
Likely Voters 41 48 9 2 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 45 46 8 1 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 39 50 9 3 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 43 47 8 1 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 40 49 9 3 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 47 47 6 1 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 34 50 13 3 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 55 39 6 0 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 38 46 13 3 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 36 56 5 2 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 45 48 6 0 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 28 47 18 7 394
Build smart grid: Favor 43 49 7 1 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 14 36 29 21 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 47 48 5 0 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 27 49 18 6 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 46 54 0 0 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 0 0 82 18 185
26
13: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Investing in developing energy infrastructure to move and transport domestic sources of energy




Favor Oppose N
Likely Voters 89 11 1754
Male 94 6 818
Female 86 14 936
Age: 18-29 83 17 304
Age: 30-44 88 12 414
Age: 45-64 91 9 662
Age: 65+ 94 6 374
Ethnicity - White 91 9 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 91 9 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 80 20 201
Ethnicity - Other 94 6 73
Urban 88 12 421
Suburban 92 8 876
Rural 85 15 457
Democrats (no lean) 86 14 631
Independents (no lean) 90 10 561
Republicans (no lean) 92 8 561
Liberal (1-3) 90 10 477
Moderate (4) 87 13 512
Conservative (5-7) 93 7 695
Income: Under 50k 85 15 761
Income: 50k-100k 91 9 577
Income: 100k+ 96 4 417
Educ: < College 87 13 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 95 5 390
Educ: Post-grad 96 4 212
Tea Party - Supporter 92 8 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 88 12 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 88 12 796
Dual Use 91 9 602
LL Only/Mostly 89 11 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 89 11 643
2010 Vote: Republican 92 8 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 86 14 808
2012 Vote: Republican 92 8 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 87 13 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 89 11 417
2014 Vote: Republican 92 8 657
27
13: Please state whether you favor or oppose the following proposals
Investing in developing energy infrastructure to move and transport domestic sources of energy




Favor Oppose N
Likely Voters 89 11 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 91 9 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 88 12 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 91 9 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 88 12 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 93 7 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 84 16 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 93 7 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 84 16 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 92 8 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 94 6 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 75 25 394
Build smart grid: Favor 92 8 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 50 50 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 94 6 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 76 24 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 100 0 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 0 100 185
28
14: What is your age?



Age: 18-29 Age: 30-44 Age: 45-64 Age: 65+ N
Likely Voters 17 24 38 21 1754
Male 22 26 31 20 818
Female 13 22 43 22 936
Age: 18-29 100 0 0 0 304
Age: 30-44 0 100 0 0 414
Age: 45-64 0 0 100 0 662
Age: 65+ 0 0 0 100 374
Ethnicity - White 12 21 41 26 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 42 31 20 7 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 31 30 30 9 201
Ethnicity - Other 32 29 34 5 73
Urban 24 25 29 22 421
Suburban 15 23 41 21 876
Rural 16 24 40 21 457
Democrats (no lean) 18 24 39 18 631
Independents (no lean) 20 28 33 18 561
Republicans (no lean) 13 18 41 28 561
Liberal (1-3) 24 28 32 17 477
Moderate (4) 17 24 38 21 512
Conservative (5-7) 12 20 42 26 695
Income: Under 50k 21 23 31 24 761
Income: 50k-100k 18 24 41 18 577
Income: 100k+ 9 24 46 21 417
Educ: < College 20 24 37 20 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 16 25 39 20 390
Educ: Post-grad 5 21 41 33 212
Tea Party - Supporter 19 24 37 20 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 17 23 38 22 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 25 32 33 9 796
Dual Use 13 17 47 23 602
LL Only/Mostly 5 13 33 48 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 12 27 39 22 643
2010 Vote: Republican 8 18 44 30 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 19 26 37 18 808
2012 Vote: Republican 8 20 42 29 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 20 26 35 18 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 13 26 41 19 417
2014 Vote: Republican 17 19 38 26 657
29
14: What is your age?



Age: 18-29 Age: 30-44 Age: 45-64 Age: 65+ N
Likely Voters 17 24 38 21 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 22 27 32 19 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 13 21 42 23 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 19 24 35 22 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 16 23 40 21 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 21 24 36 20 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 13 24 40 23 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 23 24 37 17 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 14 26 37 23 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 17 21 39 23 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 13 23 40 23 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 31 25 29 15 394
Build smart grid: Favor 16 23 39 21 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 30 27 23 19 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 14 24 38 24 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 28 23 36 13 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 16 23 38 22 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 27 27 34 13 185
30
15: What is your gender?



Male Female N
Likely Voters 47 53 1754
Male 100 0 818
Female 0 100 936
Age: 18-29 61 39 304
Age: 30-44 51 49 414
Age: 45-64 39 61 662
Age: 65+ 44 56 374
Ethnicity - White 43 57 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 62 38 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 55 45 201
Ethnicity - Other 61 39 73
Urban 55 45 421
Suburban 44 56 876
Rural 43 57 457
Democrats (no lean) 42 58 631
Independents (no lean) 51 49 561
Republicans (no lean) 47 53 561
Liberal (1-3) 47 53 477
Moderate (4) 41 59 512
Conservative (5-7) 51 49 695
Income: Under 50k 45 55 761
Income: 50k-100k 48 52 577
Income: 100k+ 48 52 417
Educ: < College 48 52 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 42 58 390
Educ: Post-grad 49 51 212
Tea Party - Supporter 49 51 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 46 54 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 47 53 796
Dual Use 44 56 602
LL Only/Mostly 47 53 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 47 53 643
2010 Vote: Republican 48 52 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 45 55 808
2012 Vote: Republican 48 52 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 48 52 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 38 62 417
2014 Vote: Republican 51 49 657
31
15: What is your gender?



Male Female N
Likely Voters 47 53 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 57 43 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 39 61 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 54 46 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 40 60 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 51 49 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 40 60 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 55 45 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 46 54 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 41 59 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 48 52 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 42 58 394
Build smart grid: Favor 47 53 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 36 64 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 49 51 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 39 61 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 49 51 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 28 72 185
32
16: What is the last grade or class you completed in school?


None, High High Technical Some Associate’Fs our- GraduateGraduateN

or
grade
1-8
school
in-
com-
plete
(grades
9-11)
school
diploma
or
equiv-
alent,
no
fur-
ther
school-
ing
or
voca-
tional
school
after
high
school
col-
lege,
no
degree
or
two-
year
college
degree
year
college
degree
or
pro-
fes-
sional
school
after
col-
lege,
no
degree
or
pro-
fes-
sional
degree

Likely Voters 1 7 27 4 20 7 22 3 9 1754
Male 0 10 30 4 19 5 20 3 10 818
Female 1 4 25 4 21 9 24 2 9 936
Age: 18-29 0 12 38 1 20 5 20 1 3 304
Age: 30-44 2 7 27 5 18 7 24 2 8 414
Age: 45-64 0 5 24 5 21 9 23 2 11 662
Age: 65+ 0 5 24 4 22 6 21 4 14 374
Ethnicity - White 1 4 26 4 20 7 24 3 11 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 0 16 30 6 26 4 15 1 3 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 0 16 31 5 16 7 18 3 3 201
Ethnicity - Other 0 5 23 1 17 11 25 4 14 73
Urban 0 11 26 4 18 10 18 3 11 421
Suburban 1 4 23 3 22 6 27 3 11 876
Rural 0 8 37 5 19 7 18 2 6 457
Democrats (no lean) 0 6 27 3 20 8 23 3 9 631
Independents (no lean) 1 8 25 4 20 7 21 2 11 561
Republicans (no lean) 0 5 29 4 21 7 22 2 8 561
Liberal (1-3) 0 9 19 4 19 6 27 3 13 477
Moderate (4) 2 8 28 4 18 10 23 2 6 512
Conservative (5-7) 0 4 31 4 22 6 20 3 11 695
Income: Under 50k 1 11 39 4 20 7 13 1 3 761
Income: 50k-100k 0 5 23 4 22 10 25 3 7 577
Income: 100k+ 0 1 10 3 17 4 34 5 25 417
Educ: < College 1 10 41 6 31 11 0 0 0 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 0 0 390
Educ: Post-grad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 79 212
Tea Party - Supporter 1 4 32 4 24 7 16 2 9 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 0 8 25 4 19 7 25 3 10 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 1 8 27 4 20 7 22 2 9 796
Dual Use 0 4 28 4 19 8 24 3 10 602
LL Only/Mostly 1 9 25 4 23 6 20 3 9 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 0 6 23 4 18 8 25 3 12 643
2010 Vote: Republican 1 4 26 4 21 7 23 3 11 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 0 6 25 4 20 8 24 4 10 808
2012 Vote: Republican 1 3 27 5 21 7 23 2 11 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 0 8 25 3 19 7 24 3 10 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 0 5 28 6 21 10 20 2 9 417
2014 Vote: Republican 1 6 29 3 21 6 22 2 10 657
33
16: What is the last grade or class you completed in school?


None, High High Technical Some Associate’Fs our- GraduateGraduateN









1754
769
985
817
937
1007
747
440
679
635
1360
394
1649
105
1283
471
1569
185

or
grade
1-8
school
in-
com-
plete
(grades
9-11)
school
diploma
or
equiv-
alent,
no
fur-
ther
school-
ing
or
voca-
tional
school
after
high
school
col-
lege,
no
degree
or
two-
year
college
degree
year
college
degree
or
pro-
fes-
sional
school
after
col-
lege,
no
degree
or
pro-
fes-
sional
degree
Likely Voters 1 7 27 4 20 7 22 3 9
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 0 5 30 4 20 6 21 3 11
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 1 8 25 4 20 8 23 2 9
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 0 7 30 4 20 6 19 3 11
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 1 7 25 4 20 8 25 2 8
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 1 6 26 4 21 6 23 3 10
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 0 7 29 4 20 8 21 2 8
U.S. should increase energy exports 2 4 25 3 21 7 24 2 13
U.S. should decrease energy exports 0 8 27 5 21 9 19 2 8
U.S. should keep energy exports same 0 7 28 4 19 5 24 4 9
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 1 7 27 4 20 7 21 3 10
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 0 6 27 2 21 7 26 3 8
Build smart grid: Favor 1 6 26 4 21 7 22 3 10
Build smart grid: Oppose 0 12 39 5 16 4 20 2 2
Build Keystone XL: Favor 1 6 27 4 21 7 22 3 10
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 1 8 28 3 18 7 23 2 9
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 0 6 26 4 20 7 24 3 10
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 2 11 40 3 20 9 11 1 4

34
17: Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as..



Republican Democrat Independent
Something
else
N
Likely Voters 32 36 29 3 1754
Male 32 32 33 2 818
Female 32 39 25 4 936
Age: 18-29 24 38 32 5 304
Age: 30-44 25 37 35 3 414
Age: 45-64 35 37 25 3 662
Age: 65+ 42 31 26 2 374
Ethnicity - White 38 29 30 3 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 21 47 30 2 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 6 68 21 5 201
Ethnicity - Other 26 44 27 4 73
Urban 22 43 30 4 421
Suburban 34 36 28 3 876
Rural 38 30 30 3 457
Democrats (no lean) 0 100 0 0 631
Independents (no lean) 0 0 90 10 561
Republicans (no lean) 100 0 0 0 561
Liberal (1-3) 7 64 25 4 477
Moderate (4) 19 37 40 4 512
Conservative (5-7) 59 16 24 2 695
Income: Under 50k 29 39 28 4 761
Income: 50k-100k 34 34 29 2 577
Income: 100k+ 35 33 29 3 417
Educ: < College 33 35 28 4 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 32 37 28 3 390
Educ: Post-grad 28 37 33 3 212
Tea Party - Supporter 56 19 23 2 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 22 43 31 4 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 30 36 30 4 796
Dual Use 34 35 28 3 602
LL Only/Mostly 33 37 27 2 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 3 72 23 3 643
2010 Vote: Republican 69 3 26 2 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 6 66 26 2 808
2012 Vote: Republican 65 6 28 2 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 2 81 15 2 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 14 15 62 9 417
2014 Vote: Republican 75 3 22 1 657
35
17: Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as..



Republican Democrat Independent
Something
else
N
Likely Voters 32 36 29 3 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 30 40 26 4 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 34 33 31 3 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 28 40 28 4 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 35 32 29 3 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 34 35 28 3 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 30 37 30 4 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 32 36 30 2 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 33 37 27 3 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 31 35 30 5 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 36 32 29 3 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 17 51 28 4 394
Build smart grid: Favor 32 36 29 3 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 26 39 31 4 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 38 31 29 2 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 16 51 28 6 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 33 35 29 3 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 24 47 25 4 185
36
18: Do you consider yourself to be a supporter of the Tea Party Movement, or are you not a supporter of the Tea Party
Movement?




Supporter Not a supporter N
Likely Voters 29 71 1747
Male 31 69 815
Female 28 72 932
Age: 18-29 32 68 304
Age: 30-44 30 70 414
Age: 45-64 28 72 657
Age: 65+ 27 73 372
Ethnicity - White 32 68 1319
Ethnicity - Hispanic 25 75 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 17 83 199
Ethnicity - Other 24 76 73
Urban 25 75 418
Suburban 27 73 872
Rural 37 63 457
Democrats (no lean) 15 85 629
Independents (no lean) 22 78 558
Republicans (no lean) 51 49 560
Liberal (1-3) 10 90 476
Moderate (4) 20 80 511
Conservative (5-7) 50 50 694
Income: Under 50k 31 69 758
Income: 50k-100k 30 70 572
Income: 100k+ 24 76 417
Educ: < College 32 68 1146
Educ: Bachelors degree 21 79 390
Educ: Post-grad 27 73 211
Tea Party - Supporter 100 0 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 0 100 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 31 69 796
Dual Use 27 73 597
LL Only/Mostly 29 71 319
2010 Vote: Democrat 13 87 643
2010 Vote: Republican 48 52 637
2012 Vote: Democrat 13 87 805
2012 Vote: Republican 49 51 731
2014 Vote: Democrat 13 87 678
2014 Vote: Undecided 16 84 416
2014 Vote: Republican 54 46 653
37
18: Do you consider yourself to be a supporter of the Tea Party Movement, or are you not a supporter of the Tea Party
Movement?




Supporter Not a supporter N
Likely Voters 29 71 1747
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 28 72 767
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 30 70 980
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 27 73 813
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 31 69 933
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 33 67 1004
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 23 77 743
U.S. should increase energy exports 38 62 439
U.S. should decrease energy exports 28 72 676
U.S. should keep energy exports same 24 76 632
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 33 67 1353
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 16 84 394
Build smart grid: Favor 28 72 1642
Build smart grid: Oppose 41 59 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 34 66 1276
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 14 86 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 30 70 1562
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 21 79 185
38
19: Thinking about politics these days, how would you describe your political viewpoint?




Very
liberal
Liberal
Slightly
liberal
Moderate Slightly
conser-
vative
ConservativVeery
conser-
vative
Don’t
Know
N
Likely Voters 6 12 9 29 12 15 13 4 1751
Male 6 14 8 26 13 16 15 3 815
Female 7 11 9 32 11 15 11 4 936
Age: 18-29 10 16 12 29 9 8 11 6 304
Age: 30-44 6 16 10 30 10 14 10 4 414
Age: 45-64 5 10 7 29 13 18 13 4 660
Age: 65+ 5 9 8 29 13 18 18 2 373
Ethnicity - White 6 10 8 29 12 17 15 4 1320
Ethnicity - Hispanic 8 20 12 33 9 9 6 2 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 8 19 14 29 8 7 9 7 201
Ethnicity - Other 3 19 6 31 19 15 5 2 73
Urban 10 14 7 33 11 12 10 3 419
Suburban 6 12 11 28 11 16 13 2 875
Rural 3 12 6 28 14 17 14 7 457
Democrats (no lean) 13 23 13 30 8 5 4 4 630
Independents (no lean) 4 12 9 40 13 12 8 4 560
Republicans (no lean) 1 1 4 17 15 30 28 4 561
Liberal (1-3) 23 45 32 0 0 0 0 0 477
Moderate (4) 0 0 0 100 0 0 0 0 512
Conservative (5-7) 0 0 0 0 29 39 32 0 695
Income: Under 50k 8 12 6 31 11 14 13 6 760
Income: 50k-100k 5 12 9 32 11 13 15 3 575
Income: 100k+ 6 13 14 22 14 21 9 1 417
Educ: < College 7 11 7 31 12 15 14 5 1150
Educ: Bachelors degree 6 15 11 31 11 14 10 1 390
Educ: Post-grad 4 16 16 20 12 20 12 0 212
Tea Party - Supporter 2 3 4 20 11 26 32 2 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 8 16 11 33 12 11 5 4 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 6 12 8 32 11 14 12 5 796
Dual Use 6 12 11 24 14 18 11 3 600
LL Only/Mostly 8 10 7 33 9 14 18 2 320
2010 Vote: Democrat 12 22 15 31 9 5 4 2 643
2010 Vote: Republican 1 2 2 22 15 30 26 3 638
2012 Vote: Democrat 12 21 14 32 9 4 3 4 808
2012 Vote: Republican 0 2 2 24 15 29 25 3 732
2014 Vote: Democrat 14 26 15 27 7 3 4 4 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 2 4 8 51 16 10 3 5 417
2014 Vote: Republican 1 4 3 17 14 31 28 3 654
39
19: Thinking about politics these days, how would you describe your political viewpoint?




Very
liberal
Liberal
Slightly
liberal
Moderate Slightly
conser-
vative
ConservativVeery
conser-
vative
Don’t
Know
N
Likely Voters 6 12 9 29 12 15 13 4 1751
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 7 13 11 29 12 12 12 3 768
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 6 12 7 30 11 18 13 4 983
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 7 15 10 28 11 14 11 4 816
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 6 10 7 31 12 17 14 3 935
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 6 12 10 27 12 16 13 3 1006
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 7 12 6 33 11 14 12 4 744
U.S. should increase energy exports 9 10 11 24 16 14 14 2 439
U.S. should decrease energy exports 6 11 7 35 9 15 14 3 677
U.S. should keep energy exports same 5 15 9 27 11 16 11 6 634
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 4 10 8 30 13 18 14 3 1357
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 14 20 10 26 8 6 7 7 394
Build smart grid: Favor 6 13 9 29 11 16 13 3 1646
Build smart grid: Oppose 3 3 9 28 16 10 15 16 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 4 9 8 29 13 19 15 3 1280
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 12 22 12 30 7 6 5 6 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 6 12 9 29 12 16 13 3 1566
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 6 14 7 35 7 9 10 12 185
40
20: Thinking about politics these days, how would you describe your political viewpoint?



Liberal (1-3) Moderate (4)
Conservative
(5-7)
N
Likely Voters 28 30 41 1684
Male 28 27 45 788
Female 28 34 38 897
Age: 18-29 40 31 29 285
Age: 30-44 34 31 36 398
Age: 45-64 24 30 46 634
Age: 65+ 22 29 49 367
Ethnicity - White 24 30 46 1273
Ethnicity - Hispanic 42 33 25 153
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 44 31 25 187
Ethnicity - Other 29 32 39 71
Urban 32 34 34 404
Suburban 30 29 41 853
Rural 22 29 48 427
Democrats (no lean) 51 32 18 607
Independents (no lean) 25 42 33 539
Republicans (no lean) 6 18 76 539
Liberal (1-3) 100 0 0 477
Moderate (4) 0 100 0 512
Conservative (5-7) 0 0 100 695
Income: Under 50k 27 33 40 714
Income: 50k-100k 26 33 41 559
Income: 100k+ 33 23 45 411
Educ: < College 25 32 43 1088
Educ: Bachelors degree 33 31 36 385
Educ: Post-grad 36 20 44 211
Tea Party - Supporter 10 20 70 497
Tea Party - Not Supporter 36 35 29 1184
Cell Only/Mostly 28 33 39 755
Dual Use 30 25 45 583
LL Only/Mostly 25 34 41 315
2010 Vote: Democrat 51 31 18 632
2010 Vote: Republican 5 22 73 617
2012 Vote: Democrat 49 33 17 774
2012 Vote: Republican 5 25 71 712
2014 Vote: Democrat 57 29 15 652
2014 Vote: Undecided 16 54 31 396
2014 Vote: Republican 7 18 75 637
41
20: Thinking about politics these days, how would you describe your political viewpoint?



Liberal (1-3) Moderate (4)
Conservative
(5-7)
N
Likely Voters 28 30 41 1684
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 33 30 37 741
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 25 31 44 943
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 33 29 38 782
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 24 32 44 903
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 29 27 43 973
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 27 34 39 711
U.S. should increase energy exports 31 25 45 430
U.S. should decrease energy exports 24 36 40 657
U.S. should keep energy exports same 31 28 41 598
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 23 31 46 1319
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 48 29 23 365
Build smart grid: Favor 29 30 41 1596
Build smart grid: Oppose 19 33 48 88
Build Keystone XL: Favor 21 30 49 1242
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 49 32 20 442
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 28 29 43 1523
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 31 41 29 162
42
21: Thinking about politics these days, how would you describe your political viewpoint?



Liberal (1-2) Moderate (3-5)
Conservative
(6-7)
N
Likely Voters 19 52 29 1684
Male 20 49 32 788
Female 19 54 27 897
Age: 18-29 27 53 20 285
Age: 30-44 23 52 25 398
Age: 45-64 16 52 32 634
Age: 65+ 14 50 36 367
Ethnicity - White 16 51 33 1273
Ethnicity - Hispanic 29 55 16 153
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 29 55 16 187
Ethnicity - Other 23 57 20 71
Urban 25 52 23 404
Suburban 18 52 30 853
Rural 16 51 34 427
Democrats (no lean) 37 53 10 607
Independents (no lean) 16 64 20 539
Republicans (no lean) 2 37 60 539
Liberal (1-3) 68 32 0 477
Moderate (4) 0 100 0 512
Conservative (5-7) 0 29 71 695
Income: Under 50k 21 50 28 714
Income: 50k-100k 17 54 29 559
Income: 100k+ 19 51 30 411
Educ: < College 18 52 30 1088
Educ: Bachelors degree 22 54 24 385
Educ: Post-grad 20 47 33 211
Tea Party - Supporter 6 35 59 497
Tea Party - Not Supporter 25 58 17 1184
Cell Only/Mostly 19 53 28 755
Dual Use 19 50 31 583
LL Only/Mostly 18 49 33 315
2010 Vote: Democrat 35 56 9 632
2010 Vote: Republican 2 40 58 617
2012 Vote: Democrat 35 58 8 774
2012 Vote: Republican 2 42 55 712
2014 Vote: Democrat 41 51 8 652
2014 Vote: Undecided 7 80 14 396
2014 Vote: Republican 5 35 61 637
43
21: Thinking about politics these days, how would you describe your political viewpoint?



Liberal (1-2) Moderate (3-5)
Conservative
(6-7)
N
Likely Voters 19 52 29 1684
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 21 54 25 741
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 18 50 32 943
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 23 51 26 782
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 16 52 32 903
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 19 51 31 973
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 20 53 27 711
U.S. should increase energy exports 19 53 28 430
U.S. should decrease energy exports 17 53 30 657
U.S. should keep energy exports same 22 50 29 598
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 14 53 33 1319
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 37 48 15 365
Build smart grid: Favor 20 51 29 1596
Build smart grid: Oppose 8 62 29 88
Build Keystone XL: Favor 13 52 35 1242
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 36 51 12 442
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 19 51 30 1523
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 23 56 21 162
44
22: Are you, yourself, of Hispanic origin or descent, such as Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, or some other Spanish background?



Yes No N
Likely Voters 9 91 1754
Male 12 88 818
Female 6 94 936
Age: 18-29 22 78 304
Age: 30-44 12 88 414
Age: 45-64 5 95 662
Age: 65+ 3 97 374
Ethnicity - White 0 100 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 100 0 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 0 100 201
Ethnicity - Other 0 100 73
Urban 12 88 421
Suburban 9 91 876
Rural 6 94 457
Democrats (no lean) 12 88 631
Independents (no lean) 9 91 561
Republicans (no lean) 6 94 561
Liberal (1-3) 13 87 477
Moderate (4) 10 90 512
Conservative (5-7) 5 95 695
Income: Under 50k 10 90 761
Income: 50k-100k 10 90 577
Income: 100k+ 5 95 417
Educ: < College 11 89 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 6 94 390
Educ: Post-grad 2 98 212
Tea Party - Supporter 8 92 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 9 91 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 11 89 796
Dual Use 8 92 602
LL Only/Mostly 7 93 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 9 91 643
2010 Vote: Republican 4 96 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 10 90 808
2012 Vote: Republican 5 95 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 11 89 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 6 94 417
2014 Vote: Republican 9 91 657
45
22: Are you, yourself, of Hispanic origin or descent, such as Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, or some other Spanish background?



Yes No N
Likely Voters 9 91 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 10 90 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 8 92 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 11 89 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 7 93 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 9 91 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 9 91 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 8 92 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 9 91 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 9 91 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 8 92 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 11 89 394
Build smart grid: Favor 9 91 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 7 93 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 8 92 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 11 89 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 9 91 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 7 93 185
46
23: Which term below best describes your race or background?




American
Indian
Asian
American
Black White Other N
Likely Voters 1 3 13 81 2 1754
Male 1 4 16 77 2 818
Female 1 2 10 86 1 936
Age: 18-29 2 7 26 61 4 304
Age: 30-44 0 4 16 77 2 414
Age: 45-64 1 2 10 86 1 662
Age: 65+ 0 1 5 94 0 374
Ethnicity - White 0 0 0 100 0 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 4 2 16 67 12 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 0 0 100 0 0 201
Ethnicity - Other 12 76 0 0 13 73
Urban 1 4 21 73 2 421
Suburban 1 4 11 82 2 876
Rural 1 1 9 88 1 457
Democrats (no lean) 1 5 23 70 2 631
Independents (no lean) 1 3 12 83 1 561
Republicans (no lean) 1 2 2 93 2 561
Liberal (1-3) 1 4 21 72 1 477
Moderate (4) 0 4 12 83 1 512
Conservative (5-7) 1 3 7 88 2 695
Income: Under 50k 1 2 18 77 2 761
Income: 50k-100k 1 4 11 83 1 577
Income: 100k+ 0 5 6 86 2 417
Educ: < College 1 3 15 79 2 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 1 4 11 84 1 390
Educ: Post-grad 1 6 6 87 0 212
Tea Party - Supporter 1 3 7 88 1 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 1 3 15 79 2 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 1 4 14 79 3 796
Dual Use 1 3 14 81 1 602
LL Only/Mostly 1 1 7 91 1 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 1 4 21 72 2 643
2010 Vote: Republican 1 1 1 96 1 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 1 4 22 72 1 808
2012 Vote: Republican 1 1 1 95 1 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 0 4 26 68 2 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 1 3 6 90 1 417
2014 Vote: Republican 1 2 4 90 2 657
47
23: Which term below best describes your race or background?




American
Indian
Asian
American
Black White Other N
Likely Voters 1 3 13 81 2 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 1 4 18 75 2 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 1 3 9 87 1 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 0 4 17 77 2 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 1 3 10 85 1 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 1 3 14 79 2 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 0 3 11 84 1 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 1 5 12 81 1 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 1 2 11 84 2 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 1 3 16 79 2 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 1 3 12 83 2 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 1 3 17 77 2 394
Build smart grid: Favor 1 3 12 82 1 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 1 2 23 69 5 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 1 3 11 83 2 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 2 4 17 76 2 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 1 4 12 82 2 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 1 1 22 74 1 185
48
24: Are you a member of a labor union?




Public Sector
Union
Private Sector
Union
Not in Labor
Union
N
Likely Voters 4 4 93 1753
Male 4 6 91 818
Female 4 2 94 935
Age: 18-29 1 8 91 304
Age: 30-44 4 4 92 414
Age: 45-64 6 2 92 661
Age: 65+ 3 3 95 374
Ethnicity - White 3 2 94 1323
Ethnicity - Hispanic 6 13 81 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 5 4 90 201
Ethnicity - Other 1 6 94 73
Urban 3 5 92 421
Suburban 5 3 93 875
Rural 3 4 93 457
Democrats (no lean) 5 5 90 631
Independents (no lean) 3 3 94 561
Republicans (no lean) 3 3 94 560
Liberal (1-3) 4 9 87 477
Moderate (4) 5 2 93 512
Conservative (5-7) 3 2 95 694
Income: Under 50k 3 3 94 761
Income: 50k-100k 4 7 89 576
Income: 100k+ 4 1 94 417
Educ: < College 3 5 92 1152
Educ: Bachelors degree 3 2 95 390
Educ: Post-grad 8 1 91 212
Tea Party - Supporter 2 4 94 506
Tea Party - Not Supporter 4 4 92 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 4 3 93 796
Dual Use 4 5 91 601
LL Only/Mostly 4 3 93 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 6 6 88 643
2010 Vote: Republican 3 2 95 639
2012 Vote: Democrat 4 5 91 808
2012 Vote: Republican 4 1 95 733
2014 Vote: Democrat 5 4 91 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 4 2 94 417
2014 Vote: Republican 3 4 93 656
49
24: Are you a member of a labor union?




Public Sector
Union
Private Sector
Union
Not in Labor
Union
N
Likely Voters 4 4 93 1753
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 4 3 93 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 4 4 92 984
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 3 6 91 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 4 2 94 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 3 3 94 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 5 4 91 746
U.S. should increase energy exports 3 5 92 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 4 3 93 678
U.S. should keep energy exports same 4 4 93 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 4 4 93 1359
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 4 3 93 394
Build smart grid: Favor 4 4 92 1648
Build smart grid: Oppose 5 1 94 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 3 3 93 1282
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 5 5 90 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 4 4 93 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 4 4 92 185
50
25: What is your current marital status?




Single,
never
married
Married Separated Divorced Widowed
Living
with a
partner
N
Likely Voters 19 58 2 11 7 4 1754
Male 24 57 2 9 3 4 818
Female 15 58 2 12 10 4 936
Age: 18-29 60 24 5 2 0 9 304
Age: 30-44 21 66 1 7 0 4 414
Age: 45-64 8 65 2 16 6 3 662
Age: 65+ 3 63 0 13 19 1 374
Ethnicity - White 13 64 1 11 7 4 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 35 39 10 8 3 5 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 43 34 1 12 5 7 201
Ethnicity - Other 33 55 0 6 3 3 73
Urban 29 44 2 15 4 6 421
Suburban 16 64 0 10 7 4 876
Rural 16 59 5 9 8 3 457
Democrats (no lean) 23 52 3 10 6 6 631
Independents (no lean) 22 53 3 14 6 3 561
Republicans (no lean) 12 69 0 8 8 2 561
Liberal (1-3) 25 51 4 11 4 6 477
Moderate (4) 19 56 2 11 8 5 512
Conservative (5-7) 15 64 1 10 8 2 695
Income: Under 50k 27 40 2 15 12 4 761
Income: 50k-100k 15 65 3 9 3 5 577
Income: 100k+ 10 79 0 5 2 3 417
Educ: < College 22 53 3 10 7 5 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 17 65 0 10 5 3 390
Educ: Post-grad 8 68 0 16 5 3 212
Tea Party - Supporter 17 62 1 9 6 4 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 20 56 2 11 7 4 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 23 54 1 12 5 5 796
Dual Use 15 65 3 10 5 2 602
LL Only/Mostly 15 55 2 11 14 4 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 19 58 2 11 5 5 643
2010 Vote: Republican 8 71 0 10 8 2 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 22 54 2 11 6 6 808
2012 Vote: Republican 10 69 0 12 8 2 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 25 51 2 10 6 6 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 18 56 1 13 8 4 417
2014 Vote: Republican 13 66 2 10 7 2 657
51
25: What is your current marital status?




Single,
never
married
Married Separated Divorced Widowed
Living
with a
partner
N
Likely Voters 19 58 2 11 7 4 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 25 55 1 10 5 5 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 15 60 2 12 8 3 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 19 58 3 11 6 4 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 19 58 1 11 7 4 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 19 60 1 10 6 4 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 19 55 3 11 8 4 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 22 58 0 12 4 4 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 18 60 1 11 8 3 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 18 56 4 10 7 5 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 16 60 2 11 7 4 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 30 50 1 11 4 5 394
Build smart grid: Favor 18 59 2 11 6 4 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 31 40 2 9 9 9 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 17 62 1 10 7 3 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 26 47 4 12 5 6 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 19 58 2 11 7 4 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 20 56 1 12 6 7 185
52
26: What is your annual household income?




Under 20
thousand
dollars
20 to
under 35
thousand
35 to
under 50
thousand
50 to
under 75
thousand
75 to
under
100
thousand
100
thousand
or more
N
Likely Voters 14 16 13 20 13 24 1754
Male 14 15 12 20 14 24 818
Female 14 17 13 20 12 23 936
Age: 18-29 24 16 13 22 11 13 304
Age: 30-44 11 15 16 23 10 24 414
Age: 45-64 12 13 11 18 17 29 662
Age: 65+ 13 25 12 17 11 23 374
Ethnicity - White 12 16 12 20 14 26 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 18 18 14 26 10 14 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 30 18 17 16 7 12 201
Ethnicity - Other 8 14 6 21 17 33 73
Urban 26 21 12 15 10 15 421
Suburban 6 14 12 21 16 32 876
Rural 18 17 16 23 11 16 457
Democrats (no lean) 15 18 14 20 11 22 631
Independents (no lean) 17 15 12 20 13 24 561
Republicans (no lean) 11 16 13 20 15 26 561
Liberal (1-3) 15 14 12 19 12 28 477
Moderate (4) 13 19 13 22 14 18 512
Conservative (5-7) 13 15 13 19 14 26 695
Income: Under 50k 32 38 30 0 0 0 761
Income: 50k-100k 0 0 0 61 39 0 577
Income: 100k+ 0 0 0 0 0 100 417
Educ: < College 19 21 14 21 11 13 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 6 8 12 21 17 37 390
Educ: Post-grad 2 5 6 13 15 59 212
Tea Party - Supporter 12 20 14 20 14 20 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 15 15 12 20 12 26 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 15 16 13 18 14 24 796
Dual Use 10 13 12 21 15 29 602
LL Only/Mostly 19 24 13 23 7 14 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 15 15 13 18 14 25 643
2010 Vote: Republican 9 16 11 20 15 29 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 15 16 14 20 13 23 808
2012 Vote: Republican 10 16 12 19 15 28 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 16 17 14 20 11 23 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 15 17 13 21 13 21 417
2014 Vote: Republican 12 16 11 19 15 27 657
53
26: What is your annual household income?




Under 20
thousand
dollars
20 to
under 35
thousand
35 to
under 50
thousand
50 to
under 75
thousand
75 to
under
100
thousand
100
thousand
or more
N
Likely Voters 14 16 13 20 13 24 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 17 15 12 20 11 25 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 12 17 13 20 15 23 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 17 16 11 20 11 25 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 11 17 15 20 15 23 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 15 16 12 17 12 28 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 13 18 14 24 14 17 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 13 17 14 17 10 29 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 15 17 13 23 14 19 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 14 15 12 19 14 25 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 13 17 12 20 12 24 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 17 14 14 19 15 22 394
Build smart grid: Favor 13 17 13 20 13 25 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 27 13 18 25 7 10 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 13 17 12 19 13 25 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 17 15 14 22 13 20 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 13 16 12 20 14 25 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 23 18 22 22 5 10 185
54
27: What do you think is the current net worth of your household? This is the total value of what you have - physical property,
investments, checking, and savings accounts - minus what you owe - all mortgages, home equity loans, car loans, and credit card
debt.



$0 or $1 to $5,001 $10,001 $25,001 $50,001 $100,001 $250,001 $500,001 N
nega- $5,000 to to to to to to or
tive $10,000 $25,000 $50,000 $100,000 $250,000 $500,000 over

Likely Voters 9 11 6 7 8 14 16 12 17 1747
Male 10 8 7 7 9 14 15 13 18 816
Female 8 13 5 7 7 14 16 12 17 932
Age: 18-29 14 13 8 11 10 19 12 6 7 304
Age: 30-44 10 13 9 10 9 15 16 11 6 414
Age: 45-64 8 10 4 5 7 10 15 15 24 658
Age: 65+ 7 7 2 3 7 14 19 15 26 372
Ethnicity - White 9 10 5 6 9 12 16 14 20 1317
Ethnicity - Hispanic 8 5 7 11 7 26 17 11 7 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 15 20 10 10 8 15 14 5 4 201
Ethnicity - Other 3 5 7 16 4 13 15 14 23 73
Urban 13 15 10 8 7 11 14 10 13 418
Suburban 6 7 5 7 8 13 18 14 22 874
Rural 11 14 4 7 9 18 12 12 13 456
Democrats (no lean) 10 12 6 6 9 14 16 11 15 631
Independents (no lean) 10 13 6 9 8 14 13 12 16 558
Republicans (no lean) 7 7 5 6 8 14 18 14 21 559
Liberal (1-3) 9 8 8 9 7 15 13 13 19 476
Moderate (4) 8 16 5 7 7 14 16 13 14 511
Conservative (5-7) 9 9 5 6 9 12 18 12 20 691
Income: Under 50k 15 20 11 11 10 14 12 5 2 760
Income: 50k-100k 6 7 3 5 7 17 22 18 15 576
Income: 100k+ 3 0 0 3 6 8 13 18 49 411
Educ: < College 10 14 7 9 9 16 16 11 9 1149
Educ: Bachelors degree 8 6 4 4 6 11 15 16 30 388
Educ: Post-grad 5 2 2 4 5 8 13 17 43 210
Tea Party - Supporter 8 10 7 8 10 12 20 11 14 506
Tea Party - Not Supporter 9 11 5 7 8 14 14 13 19 1234
Cell Only/Mostly 12 12 7 9 9 15 13 10 14 795
Dual Use 5 8 5 5 8 15 15 15 24 598
LL Only/Mostly 9 13 3 6 8 9 23 13 16 320
2010 Vote: Democrat 9 11 7 5 8 14 17 13 17 641
2010 Vote: Republican 7 8 3 6 9 13 16 15 24 638
2012 Vote: Democrat 9 11 6 7 8 14 16 13 16 803
2012 Vote: Republican 8 9 5 5 9 13 16 13 22 732
2014 Vote: Democrat 10 11 8 7 9 14 15 11 15 677
2014 Vote: Undecided 10 15 3 7 8 12 16 13 15 417
2014 Vote: Republican 8 8 5 7 8 14 16 13 21 654
55
27: What do you think is the current net worth of your household? This is the total value of what you have - physical property,
investments, checking, and savings accounts - minus what you owe - all mortgages, home equity loans, car loans, and credit card
debt.



$0 or $1 to $5,001 $10,001 $25,001 $50,001 $100,001 $250,001 $500,001 N
nega- $5,000 to to to to to to or
tive $10,000 $25,000 $50,000 $100,000 $250,000 $500,000 over
Likely Voters 9 11 6 7 8 14 16 12 17 1747
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 7 10 8 9 8 14 13 13 18 766
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 11 12 4 5 8 14 17 12 17 981
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 7 9 7 9 7 13 15 14 19 814
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 11 12 4 6 9 15 16 11 16 933
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 6 11 7 7 8 13 15 13 19 1004
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 13 10 4 7 8 15 16 12 16 743
U.S. should increase energy exports 7 11 5 10 9 11 15 11 20 437
U.S. should decrease energy exports 11 10 7 6 8 13 18 12 15 678
U.S. should keep energy exports same 8 11 5 6 8 16 14 14 18 632
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 8 10 5 7 8 15 16 13 18 1356
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 12 13 6 9 10 10 14 12 15 392
Build smart grid: Favor 8 10 6 7 8 14 16 13 18 1642
Build smart grid: Oppose 20 17 8 6 11 13 10 6 10 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 9 10 5 7 8 14 16 12 19 1280
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 10 14 7 7 9 14 14 13 14 468
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 9 10 6 7 8 14 16 13 19 1563
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 13 20 6 11 11 13 12 7 7 185

56
28: Is your house / apartment?




Owned or being
bought
Rented
Other
arrangement
N
Likely Voters 75 23 1 1754
Male 75 24 2 818
Female 76 23 1 936
Age: 18-29 62 35 3 304
Age: 30-44 66 33 1 414
Age: 45-64 82 18 1 662
Age: 65+ 86 14 0 374
Ethnicity - White 79 20 1 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 67 30 2 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 55 43 2 201
Ethnicity - Other 85 13 2 73
Urban 59 40 1 421
Suburban 81 18 1 876
Rural 79 19 2 457
Democrats (no lean) 72 27 1 631
Independents (no lean) 72 26 1 561
Republicans (no lean) 83 17 1 561
Liberal (1-3) 71 27 2 477
Moderate (4) 72 27 1 512
Conservative (5-7) 81 17 1 695
Income: Under 50k 58 40 2 761
Income: 50k-100k 85 14 1 577
Income: 100k+ 94 6 0 417
Educ: < College 71 27 1 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 80 20 1 390
Educ: Post-grad 89 10 1 212
Tea Party - Supporter 77 22 1 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 75 24 1 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 65 34 1 796
Dual Use 86 13 1 602
LL Only/Mostly 82 17 1 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 73 26 1 643
2010 Vote: Republican 85 14 1 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 71 28 1 808
2012 Vote: Republican 83 16 1 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 71 28 1 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 74 25 1 417
2014 Vote: Republican 81 18 1 657
57
28: Is your house / apartment?




Owned or being
bought
Rented
Other
arrangement
N
Likely Voters 75 23 1 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 73 26 1 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 77 21 1 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 72 26 1 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 78 21 1 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 75 24 1 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 76 23 1 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 75 24 1 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 75 24 1 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 76 23 1 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 77 22 1 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 70 28 2 394
Build smart grid: Favor 76 23 1 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 64 34 2 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 77 22 1 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 72 26 2 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 76 23 1 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 69 29 1 185
58
29: How would you describe your present employment situation?


Job in Job in Self- Home Student Retired Un - Other N
the
private
sector
govern-
ment
employed -maker employed

Likely Voters 33 6 7 10 6 24 9 6 1754
Male 40 6 8 1 5 24 10 5 818
Female 28 6 5 18 6 23 8 6 936
Age: 18-29 26 9 7 7 28 0 18 5 304
Age: 30-44 53 5 8 16 2 0 8 8 414
Age: 45-64 38 9 7 11 1 18 9 7 662
Age: 65+ 8 2 3 4 0 78 3 2 374
Ethnicity - White 34 6 7 11 3 28 7 4 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 29 9 6 12 11 7 17 8 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 29 6 5 7 11 12 14 16 201
Ethnicity - Other 48 3 5 2 19 15 5 3 73
Urban 30 7 6 7 7 22 13 7 421
Suburban 37 5 7 9 6 24 7 4 876
Rural 29 7 7 14 4 23 8 8 457
Democrats (no lean) 31 8 5 10 6 22 11 8 631
Independents (no lean) 34 6 7 10 6 19 11 6 561
Republicans (no lean) 35 5 8 11 4 30 5 3 561
Liberal (1-3) 34 9 7 9 8 18 8 7 477
Moderate (4) 31 6 5 10 6 23 14 5 512
Conservative (5-7) 34 5 7 12 4 29 5 4 695
Income: Under 50k 24 3 6 10 7 26 17 8 761
Income: 50k-100k 41 9 6 10 4 22 4 5 577
Income: 100k+ 41 9 8 10 6 21 1 4 417
Educ: < College 28 5 7 12 7 22 12 7 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 46 6 7 8 2 23 3 5 390
Educ: Post-grad 39 13 6 4 2 30 3 3 212
Tea Party - Supporter 35 6 9 12 5 22 8 4 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 32 7 6 9 6 24 9 7 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 42 7 6 10 7 11 10 7 796
Dual Use 32 8 7 10 5 26 8 5 602
LL Only/Mostly 14 3 6 11 2 50 9 6 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 34 6 5 8 4 25 9 8 643
2010 Vote: Republican 36 5 8 10 1 31 6 3 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 34 6 6 9 6 21 9 8 808
2012 Vote: Republican 35 5 6 11 2 30 7 4 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 31 7 6 9 7 20 11 9 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 36 4 5 11 6 22 8 7 417
2014 Vote: Republican 33 7 8 10 4 28 7 2 657
59
29: How would you describe your present employment situation?


Job in Job in Self- Home Student Retired Un - Other N
the
private
sector
govern-
ment
employed -maker employed

Likely Voters 33 6 7 10 6 24 9 6 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 34 5 7 8 7 22 9 7 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 33 7 6 11 4 25 9 5 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 31 7 7 9 6 24 8 7 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 35 6 6 11 6 23 9 5 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 35 6 7 9 7 21 8 6 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 31 6 6 11 4 26 10 6 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 36 6 8 9 7 20 9 6 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 34 5 4 10 6 26 9 7 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 31 8 8 11 5 23 9 5 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 34 7 6 9 4 25 8 7 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 31 5 9 14 9 19 11 3 394
Build smart grid: Favor 33 7 6 10 5 24 9 6 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 34 3 9 12 8 17 13 5 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 34 5 7 9 5 26 7 6 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 30 9 5 13 8 17 13 5 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 34 7 7 9 5 25 8 6 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 26 4 6 21 8 12 15 8 185
60
30: Thinking about yourself and the immediate family members in your household, would you say you belong to a white-collar
family, or a blue-collar family?





White-collar
family
Blue-collar
family
Don’t Know N
Likely Voters 46 39 15 1747
Male 44 42 14 814
Female 48 36 16 933
Age: 18-29 31 40 30 304
Age: 30-44 44 42 14 409
Age: 45-64 53 37 11 660
Age: 65+ 51 38 11 374
Ethnicity - White 50 38 12 1322
Ethnicity - Hispanic 30 49 21 153
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 35 41 24 199
Ethnicity - Other 58 22 20 73
Urban 41 40 19 417
Suburban 56 33 11 875
Rural 33 49 18 455
Democrats (no lean) 47 37 16 629
Independents (no lean) 43 40 18 558
Republicans (no lean) 50 40 11 561
Liberal (1-3) 52 36 11 477
Moderate (4) 42 39 19 507
Conservative (5-7) 48 40 12 694
Income: Under 50k 24 51 25 760
Income: 50k-100k 52 39 9 572
Income: 100k+ 79 16 5 416
Educ: < College 30 51 19 1146
Educ: Bachelors degree 73 19 8 390
Educ: Post-grad 88 8 4 212
Tea Party - Supporter 41 45 14 505
Tea Party - Not Supporter 49 36 15 1235
Cell Only/Mostly 45 39 16 794
Dual Use 51 38 11 601
LL Only/Mostly 44 39 17 317
2010 Vote: Democrat 51 37 11 643
2010 Vote: Republican 53 38 9 639
2012 Vote: Democrat 48 38 13 802
2012 Vote: Republican 51 37 12 732
2014 Vote: Democrat 48 38 14 674
2014 Vote: Undecided 42 39 19 416
2014 Vote: Republican 48 39 13 656
61
30: Thinking about yourself and the immediate family members in your household, would you say you belong to a white-collar
family, or a blue-collar family?





White-collar
family
Blue-collar
family
Don’t Know N
Likely Voters 46 39 15 1747
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 47 38 14 765
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 46 39 15 982
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 46 39 15 813
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 47 39 14 934
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 48 38 14 1006
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 44 40 16 741
U.S. should increase energy exports 49 36 16 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 44 42 14 673
U.S. should keep energy exports same 48 38 15 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 46 40 13 1353
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 47 34 19 393
Build smart grid: Favor 48 38 14 1642
Build smart grid: Oppose 26 44 30 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 47 38 14 1280
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 44 39 17 467
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 48 38 14 1563
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 31 45 24 184
62
31: Thinking about your religion, are you ..



Protestant Roman
Catholic
Ath./Agn./None Something N
Else

Likely Voters 31 22 24 23 1753
Male 27 23 28 22 818
Female 35 21 19 24 935
Age: 18-29 18 16 38 28 303
Age: 30-44 22 21 30 27 414
Age: 45-64 35 24 20 21 662
Age: 65+ 47 24 11 19 374
Ethnicity - White 35 22 21 21 1323
Ethnicity - Hispanic 8 34 39 19 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 28 6 27 39 201
Ethnicity - Other 26 26 22 26 73
Urban 28 19 33 20 420
Suburban 30 25 21 24 876
Rural 37 17 20 25 457
Democrats (no lean) 23 22 28 26 630
Independents (no lean) 25 20 31 24 561
Republicans (no lean) 47 23 12 18 561
Liberal (1-3) 20 20 35 25 476
Moderate (4) 26 23 25 26 512
Conservative (5-7) 45 23 14 19 695
Income: Under 50k 32 18 25 24 760
Income: 50k-100k 32 22 22 23 576
Income: 100k+ 30 27 23 21 417
Educ: < College 28 22 25 25 1152
Educ: Bachelors degree 36 23 19 22 389
Educ: Post-grad 41 19 24 16 212
Tea Party - Supporter 42 22 16 21 506
Tea Party - Not Supporter 27 22 27 24 1239
Cell Only/Mostly 26 21 29 24 795
Dual Use 37 22 18 24 602
LL Only/Mostly 37 22 21 21 321
2010 Vote: Democrat 22 22 28 27 643
2010 Vote: Republican 47 23 12 18 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 22 20 32 26 807
2012 Vote: Republican 45 24 12 18 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 22 19 33 26 679
2014 Vote: Undecided 25 27 25 24 417
2014 Vote: Republican 45 22 13 20 657
63
31: Thinking about your religion, are you ..


Protestant Roman
Catholic
Ath./Agn./None Something N
Else

Likely Voters 31 22 24 23 1753
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 31 21 25 23 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 32 22 23 23 984
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 29 23 25 23 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 34 20 23 23 936
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 32 23 24 21 1006
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 30 20 23 26 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 30 26 20 24 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 30 21 26 23 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 34 20 24 23 634
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 35 22 20 22 1359
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 20 19 35 26 394
Build smart grid: Favor 32 22 23 23 1648
Build smart grid: Oppose 23 13 40 24 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 35 24 19 21 1282
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 21 15 36 29 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 32 22 23 22 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 23 16 29 32 184
64
32: Would you describe yourself as a ’born-again’ or evangelical Christian, or not? (Among Protestants)



Yes No N
Likely Voters 49 51 545
Male 44 56 219
Female 53 47 326
Age: 18-29 40 60 54
Age: 30-44 58 42 90
Age: 45-64 50 50 228
Age: 65+ 47 53 173
Ethnicity - White 48 52 462
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 56 44 53
Urban 52 48 117
Suburban 44 56 257
Rural 55 45 171
Democrats (no lean) 40 60 142
Independents (no lean) 38 62 139
Republicans (no lean) 61 39 264
Liberal (1-3) 40 60 93
Moderate (4) 34 66 133
Conservative (5-7) 60 40 308
Income: Under 50k 57 43 245
Income: 50k-100k 45 55 180
Income: 100k+ 40 60 120
Educ: < College 56 44 323
Educ: Bachelors degree 45 55 137
Educ: Post-grad 31 69 85
Tea Party - Supporter 67 33 209
Tea Party - Not Supporter 38 62 334
Cell Only/Mostly 51 49 204
Dual Use 52 48 217
LL Only/Mostly 42 58 117
2010 Vote: Democrat 39 61 140
2010 Vote: Republican 54 46 297
2012 Vote: Democrat 39 61 171
2012 Vote: Republican 55 45 331
2014 Vote: Democrat 38 62 143
2014 Vote: Undecided 41 59 105
2014 Vote: Republican 58 42 297
65
32: Would you describe yourself as a ’born-again’ or evangelical Christian, or not? (Among Protestants)



Yes No N
Likely Voters 49 51 545
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 44 56 233
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 53 47 312
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 46 54 234
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 52 48 311
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 52 48 320
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 46 54 225
U.S. should increase energy exports 48 52 129
U.S. should decrease energy exports 50 50 201
U.S. should keep energy exports same 49 51 215
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 50 50 467
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 44 56 78
Build smart grid: Favor 49 51 521
Build Keystone XL: Favor 52 48 449
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 38 62 96
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 48 52 503
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 66 34 42
66
33: Aside from weddings and funerals, how often do you attend religious services–more than once a week, once a week, once or
twice a month, a few times a year, seldom, or never?





More
than
once a
week
Once a
week
Once or
twice a
month
A few
times a
year
Seldom Never N
Likely Voters 7 20 11 16 23 23 1754
Male 6 18 12 15 22 27 818
Female 8 22 10 16 24 20 936
Age: 18-29 5 19 18 13 15 30 304
Age: 30-44 2 17 13 16 22 31 414
Age: 45-64 7 19 10 16 28 21 662
Age: 65+ 13 28 6 16 23 14 374
Ethnicity - White 6 20 10 17 24 22 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 7 11 15 9 23 34 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 13 26 12 9 18 22 201
Ethnicity - Other 9 20 18 13 21 20 73
Urban 8 18 11 13 23 27 421
Suburban 6 20 10 19 22 23 876
Rural 8 22 14 11 25 20 457
Democrats (no lean) 5 19 11 15 25 25 631
Independents (no lean) 5 14 11 18 21 31 561
Republicans (no lean) 11 28 12 14 23 13 561
Liberal (1-3) 4 16 11 16 19 34 477
Moderate (4) 5 16 10 17 26 25 512
Conservative (5-7) 11 27 10 15 23 14 695
Income: Under 50k 9 21 9 14 22 24 761
Income: 50k-100k 5 19 14 16 24 22 577
Income: 100k+ 5 20 10 19 23 23 417
Educ: < College 8 19 11 14 23 26 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 5 24 11 19 22 20 390
Educ: Post-grad 7 21 12 18 25 17 212
Tea Party - Supporter 9 29 12 17 18 15 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 6 17 11 15 25 27 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 6 17 11 17 22 26 796
Dual Use 8 23 14 16 22 17 602
LL Only/Mostly 6 22 7 12 25 28 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 5 19 10 16 24 27 643
2010 Vote: Republican 12 25 10 16 24 14 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 4 17 10 15 25 28 808
2012 Vote: Republican 10 26 11 17 22 15 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 4 17 10 15 24 30 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 7 18 10 15 23 27 417
2014 Vote: Republican 10 25 13 16 22 14 657
67
33: Aside from weddings and funerals, how often do you attend religious services–more than once a week, once a week, once or
twice a month, a few times a year, seldom, or never?





More
than
once a
week
Once a
week
Once or
twice a
month
A few
times a
year
Seldom Never N
Likely Voters 7 20 11 16 23 23 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 7 21 12 14 23 23 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 7 20 10 17 23 24 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 7 20 12 16 21 23 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 7 20 10 16 25 23 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 7 22 11 17 22 22 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 6 18 12 14 25 25 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 7 24 11 19 19 20 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 6 19 9 14 27 25 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 8 19 13 15 22 24 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 8 22 11 16 23 21 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 3 15 12 16 23 31 394
Build smart grid: Favor 7 20 11 16 23 23 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 7 26 14 15 19 19 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 8 22 10 16 24 20 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 4 14 15 13 21 32 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 7 20 11 16 23 23 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 9 23 12 12 21 23 185
68
34: Are you the parent or guardian of any children under 18 now living in your household?



Yes No N
Likely Voters 27 73 1754
Male 27 73 818
Female 27 73 936
Age: 18-29 28 72 304
Age: 30-44 61 39 414
Age: 45-64 18 82 662
Age: 65+ 2 98 374
Ethnicity - White 24 76 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 36 64 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 34 66 201
Ethnicity - Other 31 69 73
Urban 22 78 421
Suburban 27 73 876
Rural 30 70 457
Democrats (no lean) 25 75 631
Independents (no lean) 27 73 561
Republicans (no lean) 28 72 561
Liberal (1-3) 24 76 477
Moderate (4) 29 71 512
Conservative (5-7) 26 74 695
Income: Under 50k 23 77 761
Income: 50k-100k 29 71 577
Income: 100k+ 30 70 417
Educ: < College 26 74 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 32 68 390
Educ: Post-grad 23 77 212
Tea Party - Supporter 34 66 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 23 77 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 33 67 796
Dual Use 25 75 602
LL Only/Mostly 12 88 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 26 74 643
2010 Vote: Republican 27 73 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 28 72 808
2012 Vote: Republican 27 73 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 27 73 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 25 75 417
2014 Vote: Republican 28 72 657
69
34: Are you the parent or guardian of any children under 18 now living in your household?



Yes No N
Likely Voters 27 73 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 30 70 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 24 76 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 27 73 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 26 74 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 30 70 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 22 78 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 29 71 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 29 71 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 23 77 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 27 73 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 27 73 394
Build smart grid: Favor 26 74 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 34 66 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 28 72 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 24 76 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 26 74 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 36 64 185
70
35: Would you consider where you live



an urban area a suburban area a rural area N
Likely Voters 24 50 26 1754
Male 28 48 24 818
Female 20 52 28 936
Age: 18-29 33 44 24 304
Age: 30-44 26 48 26 414
Age: 45-64 18 54 27 662
Age: 65+ 25 50 25 374
Ethnicity - White 20 50 30 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 32 50 18 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 43 43 14 201
Ethnicity - Other 23 65 12 73
Urban 100 0 0 421
Suburban 0 100 0 876
Rural 0 0 100 457
Democrats (no lean) 29 50 21 631
Independents (no lean) 26 48 27 561
Republicans (no lean) 17 52 31 561
Liberal (1-3) 27 53 20 477
Moderate (4) 27 49 25 512
Conservative (5-7) 20 50 30 695
Income: Under 50k 33 36 31 761
Income: 50k-100k 18 55 27 577
Income: 100k+ 15 68 17 417
Educ: < College 25 45 30 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 19 60 21 390
Educ: Post-grad 27 57 16 212
Tea Party - Supporter 21 46 33 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 25 51 23 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 25 51 24 796
Dual Use 20 52 28 602
LL Only/Mostly 30 44 26 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 30 50 20 643
2010 Vote: Republican 17 52 31 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 30 50 20 808
2012 Vote: Republican 17 52 31 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 32 48 20 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 23 51 26 417
2014 Vote: Republican 17 51 33 657
71
35: Would you consider where you live



an urban area a suburban area a rural area N
Likely Voters 24 50 26 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 27 50 23 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 21 50 29 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 28 48 24 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 21 51 28 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 25 52 23 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 23 47 30 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 28 51 21 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 25 48 27 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 21 51 28 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 23 50 27 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 27 51 22 394
Build smart grid: Favor 24 51 25 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 29 29 42 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 23 52 26 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 27 46 27 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 24 52 25 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 28 36 36 185
72
36: Many people weren’t able to vote in the election for President and other offices in 2012. How about you? Were you able to
vote, or for some reason were you unable to vote?




Yes, voted in 2012
No, did not vote in
2012
N
Likely Voters 92 8 1754
Male 92 8 818
Female 92 8 936
Age: 18-29 74 26 304
Age: 30-44 94 6 414
Age: 45-64 96 4 662
Age: 65+ 98 2 374
Ethnicity - White 94 6 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 82 18 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 91 9 201
Ethnicity - Other 84 16 73
Urban 93 7 421
Suburban 94 6 876
Rural 88 12 457
Democrats (no lean) 94 6 631
Independents (no lean) 88 12 561
Republicans (no lean) 95 5 561
Liberal (1-3) 90 10 477
Moderate (4) 92 8 512
Conservative (5-7) 94 6 695
Income: Under 50k 90 10 761
Income: 50k-100k 92 8 577
Income: 100k+ 95 5 417
Educ: < College 89 11 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 97 3 390
Educ: Post-grad 98 2 212
Tea Party - Supporter 94 6 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 92 8 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 90 10 796
Dual Use 93 7 602
LL Only/Mostly 95 5 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 98 2 643
2010 Vote: Republican 99 1 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 100 0 808
2012 Vote: Republican 100 0 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 94 6 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 88 12 417
2014 Vote: Republican 93 7 657
73
36: Many people weren’t able to vote in the election for President and other offices in 2012. How about you? Were you able to
vote, or for some reason were you unable to vote?




Yes, voted in 2012
No, did not vote in
2012
N
Likely Voters 92 8 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 92 8 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 92 8 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 91 9 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 93 7 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 92 8 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 92 8 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 93 7 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 95 5 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 88 12 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 93 7 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 88 12 394
Build smart grid: Favor 93 7 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 85 15 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 94 6 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 86 14 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 92 8 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 94 6 185
74
37: In the 2012 election for President, did you vote for Democrat Barack Obama or Republican Mitt Romney?




Democrat
Barack Obama
Republican Mitt
Romney
Someone else N
Likely Voters 50 46 4 1612
Male 48 47 5 749
Female 52 45 4 863
Age: 18-29 68 28 4 224
Age: 30-44 55 39 6 385
Age: 45-64 46 48 5 636
Age: 65+ 41 58 1 367
Ethnicity - White 42 54 4 1242
Ethnicity - Hispanic 66 26 8 127
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 91 6 4 182
Ethnicity - Other 63 34 3 60
Urban 62 33 5 390
Suburban 49 46 4 820
Rural 40 56 4 402
Democrats (no lean) 90 7 3 589
Independents (no lean) 47 44 9 490
Republicans (no lean) 9 90 1 532
Liberal (1-3) 89 8 3 428
Moderate (4) 55 38 7 470
Conservative (5-7) 20 77 3 652
Income: Under 50k 53 41 7 687
Income: 50k-100k 50 47 3 532
Income: 100k+ 46 52 2 393
Educ: < College 49 46 5 1028
Educ: Bachelors degree 52 45 3 377
Educ: Post-grad 51 46 3 207
Tea Party - Supporter 22 75 3 473
Tea Party - Not Supporter 62 33 5 1132
Cell Only/Mostly 52 43 5 719
Dual Use 49 48 3 561
LL Only/Mostly 46 50 5 307
2010 Vote: Democrat 88 9 3 630
2010 Vote: Republican 11 87 2 635
2012 Vote: Democrat 100 0 0 808
2012 Vote: Republican 0 100 0 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 94 3 4 637
2014 Vote: Undecided 46 43 11 366
2014 Vote: Republican 7 92 1 609
75
37: In the 2012 election for President, did you vote for Democrat Barack Obama or Republican Mitt Romney?




Democrat
Barack Obama
Republican Mitt
Romney
Someone else N
Likely Voters 50 46 4 1612
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 58 39 3 708
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 44 50 5 904
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 58 38 4 744
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 43 52 5 867
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 50 47 3 924
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 51 43 6 688
U.S. should increase energy exports 49 48 3 409
U.S. should decrease energy exports 49 44 6 643
U.S. should keep energy exports same 51 45 3 559
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 43 52 4 1267
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 75 21 4 345
Build smart grid: Favor 50 46 5 1522
Build smart grid: Oppose 56 42 1 90
Build Keystone XL: Favor 41 55 4 1207
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 77 18 5 404
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 48 47 5 1439
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 64 33 3 173
76
38: Many people weren’t able to vote in the election for Congress and other offices in 2010. How about you? Were you able to
vote, or for some reason were you unable to vote?




Yes, voted in 2010
No, did not vote in
2010
N
Likely Voters 78 22 1754
Male 79 21 818
Female 77 23 936
Age: 18-29 45 55 304
Age: 30-44 76 24 414
Age: 45-64 86 14 662
Age: 65+ 94 6 374
Ethnicity - White 81 19 1324
Ethnicity - Hispanic 59 41 156
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 74 26 201
Ethnicity - Other 71 29 73
Urban 76 24 421
Suburban 79 21 876
Rural 78 22 457
Democrats (no lean) 78 22 631
Independents (no lean) 72 28 561
Republicans (no lean) 85 15 561
Liberal (1-3) 76 24 477
Moderate (4) 74 26 512
Conservative (5-7) 85 15 695
Income: Under 50k 74 26 761
Income: 50k-100k 77 23 577
Income: 100k+ 87 13 417
Educ: < College 74 26 1153
Educ: Bachelors degree 84 16 390
Educ: Post-grad 92 8 212
Tea Party - Supporter 81 19 507
Tea Party - Not Supporter 77 23 1240
Cell Only/Mostly 73 27 796
Dual Use 81 19 602
LL Only/Mostly 88 12 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 100 0 643
2010 Vote: Republican 100 0 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 81 19 808
2012 Vote: Republican 87 13 734
2014 Vote: Democrat 78 22 680
2014 Vote: Undecided 73 27 417
2014 Vote: Republican 82 18 657
77
38: Many people weren’t able to vote in the election for Congress and other offices in 2010. How about you? Were you able to
vote, or for some reason were you unable to vote?




Yes, voted in 2010
No, did not vote in
2010
N
Likely Voters 78 22 1754
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 75 25 769
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 81 19 985
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 76 24 817
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 80 20 937
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 80 20 1007
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 76 24 747
U.S. should increase energy exports 79 21 440
U.S. should decrease energy exports 79 21 679
U.S. should keep energy exports same 76 24 635
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 80 20 1360
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 71 29 394
Build smart grid: Favor 79 21 1649
Build smart grid: Oppose 69 31 105
Build Keystone XL: Favor 81 19 1283
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 71 29 471
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 78 22 1569
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 75 25 185
78
39: In the 2010 election for U.S. House, did you vote for the Democratic U.S. House candidate, the Republican U.S. House
candidate or someone else?





Democratic U.S.
House candidate
Republican U.S.
House candidate
Someone else N
Likely Voters 47 47 6 1365
Male 47 48 5 643
Female 48 46 7 721
Age: 18-29 55 39 6 137
Age: 30-44 56 38 6 313
Age: 45-64 44 49 7 566
Age: 65+ 41 55 5 349
Ethnicity - White 39 55 6 1073
Ethnicity - Hispanic 66 29 6 93
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 88 6 5 148
Ethnicity - Other 63 28 9 51
Urban 60 35 6 320
Suburban 47 48 5 691
Rural 36 56 8 354
Democrats (no lean) 94 4 2 493
Independents (no lean) 40 44 16 400
Republicans (no lean) 4 94 2 471
Liberal (1-3) 88 8 4 363
Moderate (4) 53 37 11 377
Conservative (5-7) 19 76 4 588
Income: Under 50k 49 42 9 559
Income: 50k-100k 47 50 3 443
Income: 100k+ 44 52 5 363
Educ: < College 45 48 7 846
Educ: Bachelors degree 50 46 4 324
Educ: Post-grad 51 45 4 195
Tea Party - Supporter 20 76 4 406
Tea Party - Not Supporter 59 35 7 954
Cell Only/Mostly 49 43 7 575
Dual Use 45 50 5 486
LL Only/Mostly 44 50 6 283
2010 Vote: Democrat 100 0 0 643
2010 Vote: Republican 0 100 0 640
2012 Vote: Democrat 85 10 5 655
2012 Vote: Republican 9 88 4 634
2014 Vote: Democrat 94 4 3 528
2014 Vote: Undecided 38 43 19 302
2014 Vote: Republican 6 92 2 535
79
39: In the 2010 election for U.S. House, did you vote for the Democratic U.S. House candidate, the Republican U.S. House
candidate or someone else?





Democratic U.S.
House candidate
Republican U.S.
House candidate
Someone else N
Likely Voters 47 47 6 1365
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 54 41 5 573
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 42 51 7 792
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 53 40 6 618
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 42 52 6 747
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 45 50 5 798
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 51 42 7 567
U.S. should increase energy exports 45 52 4 348
U.S. should decrease energy exports 48 45 7 535
U.S. should keep energy exports same 48 46 6 482
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 42 53 6 1086
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 69 25 6 279
Build smart grid: Favor 48 47 6 1293
Build smart grid: Oppose 41 49 10 72
Build Keystone XL: Favor 39 56 5 1031
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 72 20 8 334
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 47 48 5 1227
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 53 35 12 138
80
40: Cell / LL household




Cell
Only/Mostly
Dual Use LL Only/Mostly N
Likely Voters 46 35 19 1720
Male 47 34 19 788
Female 46 36 18 931
Age: 18-29 68 26 6 295
Age: 30-44 64 25 10 400
Age: 45-64 40 43 16 656
Age: 65+ 20 38 42 369
Ethnicity - White 43 36 21 1302
Ethnicity - Hispanic 56 30 14 153
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 53 36 11 197
Ethnicity - Other 61 29 9 67
Urban 48 29 23 416
Suburban 47 36 16 858
Rural 43 38 19 446
Democrats (no lean) 47 34 20 618
Independents (no lean) 49 34 17 550
Republicans (no lean) 43 37 20 552
Liberal (1-3) 45 38 17 461
Moderate (4) 50 29 21 503
Conservative (5-7) 43 38 19 688
Income: Under 50k 47 28 25 744
Income: 50k-100k 45 38 17 570
Income: 100k+ 47 43 11 405
Educ: < College 47 34 19 1128
Educ: Bachelors degree 46 37 17 382
Educ: Post-grad 43 38 18 210
Tea Party - Supporter 49 32 18 504
Tea Party - Not Supporter 45 36 19 1208
Cell Only/Mostly 100 0 0 796
Dual Use 0 100 0 602
LL Only/Mostly 0 0 100 322
2010 Vote: Democrat 45 35 20 628
2010 Vote: Republican 39 38 22 635
2012 Vote: Democrat 48 35 18 790
2012 Vote: Republican 42 37 21 728
2014 Vote: Democrat 49 32 19 658
2014 Vote: Undecided 47 35 18 414
2014 Vote: Republican 43 38 19 648
81
40: Cell / LL household




Cell
Only/Mostly
Dual Use LL Only/Mostly N
Likely Voters 46 35 19 1720
U.S. becoming energy superpower: True 47 38 15 747
U.S. becoming energy superpower: False 46 32 21 973
U.S. becoming energy independent: True 45 35 19 804
U.S. becoming energy independent: False 47 35 18 916
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Favor 47 36 17 989
Increase Nat Gas Exports: Oppose 45 33 21 730
U.S. should increase energy exports 50 31 19 427
U.S. should decrease energy exports 48 33 19 669
U.S. should keep energy exports same 42 40 18 623
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Favor 44 37 19 1332
Drill/Tap gas/oil reserves: Oppose 53 30 17 387
Build smart grid: Favor 45 36 19 1615
Build smart grid: Oppose 59 23 17 104
Build Keystone XL: Favor 46 36 19 1253
Build Keystone XL: Oppose 48 33 19 466
Invest Energy Infrastr: Favor 46 36 19 1538
Invest Energy Infrastr: Oppose 51 31 19 182