Results from ISTPP’s National Public Energy Survey have drawn the attention of the media. The survey examines the public’s attitudes regarding several energy topics including issues resulting from energy generation; sources of information about energy issues; knowledge, perceived risks and environmental impacts of energy sources; energy policy preferences; and willingness to pay for or alter behaviors to implement policy options. Below are links to some of the coverage:
- EnergyWire: https://www.eenews.net/energywire/2012/11/09/5
- fuelfix: https://fuelfix.com/blog/2012/11/08/am-poll-finds-support-for-renewables-but-not-gas-taxes
Additionally, Channel 40, the local ABC affiliate, posted a video newscast about the survey on its website titled: Texas A&M Takes National Survey ISTPP conducted this survey in partnership with the TAMU Energy Institute, and the Crisman Institute partially funded the study. Additionally, Dr. Vedlitz, ISTPP Director, reported on the National Energy Survey to the Crisman Institute in December 2012.