New Poll: Americans Aren’t Willing to Pay for the ‘Green New Deal’ — And It’s Not Even Close

Hopefully, this polling will mean that ultra-expensive, big-government approaches to addressing climate change are taken off the table.

By Bradley Polumbo Published on May 27, 2021

“This poll shows once again that Americans are unwilling to pay for the left’s anti-energy policies,” concluded Myron Ebell, the director of CEI’s Center for Energy and Environment.

Indeed it does.

And, hopefully, this polling will mean that ultra-expensive, big-government approaches to addressing climate change are taken off the table. From deregulating artificial meat to cutting the red tape blocking emission-free, extremely safe forms of nuclear power, there are plenty of ways to address this issue without digging into Americans’ wallets.

 
 

Originally published at Fee.org. Republished with permission.

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