George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, Sept. 2012
Time Warner Cable News/Siena College Poll July 20-23, 2014 544 Registered Voters in Hudson Valley Southern Tier in New York
Q20 The State Department of Environmental Conservation – or DEC – is expected to soon issue a decision on whether or not to allow hydrofracking – that is, the proposed method to recover natural gas from parts of upstate New York – to move forward. How much have you heard or read about it – a great deal, some, not very much, or nothing at all?
Q21. Do you support or oppose the Department of Environmental Conservation allowing hydrofracking to move forward in parts of upstate New York?
Q22A. Hydrofracking is too dangerous as it leads to unsafe levels of methane gas being released
Q22B. Hydrofracking is important in order to harvest the abundant supply of natural gas that is otherwise currently inaccessible
Post-ABC poll: EPA rules on greenhouse gases
QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY POLL FINDS; OPPOSITION TO FRACKING INCHES UP
VOTERS SPLIT LIKE A FRACKED ROCK ON GAS DRILLING
Quinnipiac University Poll released May 22, 2014.
WSJ/NBC 4 NY/Marist Poll
New Yorkers oppose fracking. See pages 23 and 24. November 2013
Siena College Poll
A poll of 807 New York State voters conducted September 22-26, 2013. Questions 28 and 29 pertain to fracking. September 2013
NEW YORKERS AND AMERICANS LIVING IN THE NORTHEAST OPPOSE FRACKING
Highlights of Quinnipiac and the Pew Research Center polls conducted in March and April 2013. Prepared by Catskill Citizens for Safe Energy.
A statewide poll shows a majority of New Yorkers oppose fracking. March 13, 2013
ABDELAZIM RELEASES POLL DATA: ONLY ONE IN THREE BROOME COUNTY RESIDENTS WANT TO MOVE FORWARD WITH FRACKING INCUMBENCY AND BIG MONEY STILL DOMINATE ELECTIONS
Press Release from the Tarik Abdelazim campaign for Broome County Executive showing more than 60% of residents want either a moratorium or an outright ban on fracking. November 9, 2012.
Siena College Research Institute NY Fracking Poll
Empire State Poll 2012: Natural Gas Drilling
Survey Research Institute, Cornell University 2012.
Public Policy Polling Survey of Five Counties Reportedly Targeted for Fracking
Conducted June 15-17, 2012 ,just days after it was reported that the Cuomo Administration was preparing to permit high volume fracking in five Southern Tier counties. The poll results disprove the Administration’s contention that residents of the area support fracking.
Public Policy Polling Survey of New York State
Conducted June 15-17, 2012 just days after it was reported that the Cuomo Administration was planning to permit high volume fracking in five Southern Tier counties. The results indicate that an overwhelming majority of residents think the state should ‘wait for the science’.
Americans and Energy Policy: The Myth of the Partisan Divide
A Survey for the Civil Society Institute conducted by ORC International. April 25, 2012.
New Yorkers Living on the Shale say
Polls of Delaware and Sullivan County reveal widespread opposition to fracking, support for home rule. October, 2011.
“FRACKING” AND CLEAN WATER:
A survey of 1,012 Americans conducted in November shows that the issues related to hydraulic fracturing (known as “fracking”) are emerging as a concern as they relate to drinking water safety. Conducted for the Civil Society Institute. December 21, 2010.
DRINKING WATER POLLUTION CONCERNS FUELING AWARENESS OF FRACKING
Americans Unwilling to Trade Clean Drinking Water For Dirty Energy Production. An overview of the survey conducted by the Civil Society Institute. December 21, 2010.
SURVEY: HALF OF NEW YORK STATE RESIDENTS ARE AWARE OF NYC DRINKING WATER POLLUTION CONCERNS TIED TO NATURAL GAS
While Awareness of Potential Threat Lags in New York City, State Residents Are Unwilling to Trade Clean Drinking Water For Dirty Energy Production; Strong Support Seen For Putting Emphasis on Energy Production With Minimum of Pollution. A summary of the Civil Society Institute poll. December 21, 2010.
SURVEY: WATER POLLUTION FROM NATURAL GAS
Strong Support Across Party Lines Seen in Pennsylvania For Putting Emphasis on Energy Production With Minimum of Pollution; More than Four Out of Five Want Better Disclosure of Risks. The Civil Society Institute, December 21, 2010.
“FRACKING” AND CLEAN WATER: A SURVEY OF PENNSYLVANIA RESIDENTS
Hydraulic fracturing (known as “fracking”) is already a major concern as it relates to drinking water safety. The Civil Society Institute. November 2010.
New York Opinon Index Empire State Poll 2010
New Yorkers attitude toward natural gas drilling from the Cornell University Survey Research Institute. April 2010.