Increased Infant Mortality Rates and Cancerous Drinking Water – What’s Your Take on Air Pollution in the U.S.?

Infant death rates

New research suggests babies born in areas with high levels of air pollution are 20-50 percent more likely to die than babies born in clean areas. Does this make you rethink where you’d raise a family?

40% Said
Totally, that’s scary
60% Said
Not really
39% of Men Said
Totally, that’s scary
61% of Men Said
Not really
42% of Women Said
Totally, that’s scary
58% of Women Said
Not really

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Air pollution and mental health

Studies have found a link between air pollution and mental health disorders in youth. Do you consider lowering air pollution levels in this country a priority?

29% Said
Absolutely
71% Said
Not a priority
28% of Men Said
Absolutely
72% of Men Said
Not a priority
32% of Women Said
Absolutely
68% of Women Said
Not a priority

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U.S. and greenhouse gases

The United States is second only to China when it comes to producing greenhouse gas. Should the country do more to lessen its carbon footprint?

83% Said
It’s doing enough
17% Said
More must be done
83% of Men Said
It’s doing enough
17% of Men Said
More must be done
84% of Women Said
It’s doing enough
16% of Women Said
More must be done

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Combating climate change

Do you think the U.S. is doing enough to combat climate change?

91% Said
Yes, huge changes are afoot
9% Said
No way
90% of Men Said
Yes, huge changes are afoot
10% of Men Said
No way
94% of Women Said
Yes, huge changes are afoot
6% of Women Said
No way

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Cancerous water

Water that is legally safe to drink in the U.S. still contains low levels of carcinogens. Reports warn this polluted water could cause over 100,000 cancer cases. Should drinking water have stricter regulations?

60% Said
Males
40% Said
Females
54% of Men Said
Yes for public safety
46% of Men Said
No, not needed
77% of Women Said
Yes for public safety
23% of Women Said
No, not needed

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Carbon tax

Do you support a carbon tax?

3% Said
Yes, we need one
97% Said
No, that won’t help
2% of Men Said
Yes, we need one
98% of Men Said
No, that won’t help
3% of Women Said
Yes, we need one
97% of Women Said
No, that won’t help

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Which pollution is worse?

Which form of pollution do you think is a greater threat to the world?

42% Said
Air pollution
58% Said
Plastic pollution
42% of Men Said
Absolutely not
58% of Men Said
Yes, it’s fine
39% of Women Said
Absolutely not
61% of Women Said
Yes, it’s fine

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Convenience or the environment?

Do you think Americans are willing to sacrifice convenience for lower carbon emission rates?

14% Said
Yes, they’ll make sacrifices
86% Said
No, wouldn’t happen
11% of Men Said
Yes, they’ll make sacrifices
89% of Men Said
No, wouldn’t happen
22% of Women Said
Yes, they’ll make sacrifices
78% of Women Said
No, wouldn’t happen

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Changes for the climate

Do you think cyberbullying as big issue?

26% Said
Totally, I’m doing my part
74% Said
Not really
21% of Men Said
Totally, I’m doing my part
79% of Men Said
Not really
45% of Women Said
Totally, I’m doing my part
55% of Women Said
Not really

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100% renewable energy

California is attempting to run the state on 100 percent renewable energy by 2045. Do you think they will succeed?

2% Said
Absolutely
98% Said
Won’t happen
1% of Men Said
Absolutely
99% of Men Said
Won’t happen
6% of Women Said
Absolutely
94% of Women Said
Won’t happen

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Reducing greenhouse gases

What will make a bigger difference in reducing global greenhouse gas emissions?

19% Said
Lifestyle changes
81% Said
New technology
16% of Men Said
Lifestyle changes
84% of Men Said
New technology
27% of Women Said
Lifestyle changes
73% of Women Said
New technology

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Paris Agreement

Should the U.S. have withdrawn from the Paris Agreement on climate control?

98% Said
Yes, good choice
2% Said
Step in the wrong direction
98% of Men Said
Yes, good choice
2% of Men Said
Step in the wrong direction
97% of Women Said
Yes, good choice
3% of Women Said
Step in the wrong direction

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Diesel in the U.S.

Cornell recently published research stating that reductions in diesel emissions could result in lower mortality rates. Should the U.S. rethink how freight trucks are powered?

28% Said
Yes, use less diesel
72% Said
No, things are fine as is
25% of Men Said
Yes, use less diesel
75% of Men Said
No, things are fine as is
36% of Women Said
Yes, use less diesel
64% of Women Said
No, things are fine as is

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Long-haul trucks

Long-haul trucks account for less than 6 percent of vehicle miles traveled on U.S. highways. However, they account for 40 percent of air pollution emissions. Is it time to say goodbye to long-haul trucks?

6% Said
Yes, good riddance
94% Said
No we need them
75% of Men Said
Yes, I knew
25% of Men Said
No, never
78% of Women Said
Yes, I knew
22% of Women Said
No, never

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Pregnant women and pollution

Did you know pregnant women exposed to air pollution are more likely to give birth to children with reduced lung function?

47% Said
Yes, be careful
53% Said
No, that’s scary
45% of Men Said
Yes, be careful
55% of Men Said
No, that’s scary
52% of Women Said
Yes, be careful
48% of Women Said
No, that’s scary

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What’s worse?

What do you think is more harmful to children?

72% Said
Second-hand smoke
28% Said
Air pollution
70% of Men Said
Second-hand smoke
30% of Men Said
Air pollution
77% of Women Said
Second-hand smoke
23% of Women Said
Air pollution

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Whose responsibility is it?

Who bears a greater responsibility for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S.?

72% Said
The American people
28% Said
Policy makers
77% of Men Said
The American people
23% of Men Said
Policy makers
58% of Women Said
The American people
42% of Women Said
Policy makers

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Switching to electric

Transportation accounts for nearly a third of all greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. Is it time the U.S. switches to electric and hybrid powered vehicles?

8% Said
Yes, it’s time
92% Said
No their batteries are harmful
8% of Men Said
Yes, it’s time
92% of Men Said
No their batteries are harmful
7% of Women Said
Yes, it’s time
93% of Women Said
No their batteries are harmful

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Emission rollbacks

The Trump administration is rolling back emission standards on vehicles, saying that new, more gas efficient cars are too expensive for American drivers. Do you agree with this move?

92% Said
Yes, good call
8% Said
No, bad for environment
953% of Men Said
Yes, good call
7% of Men Said
No, bad for environment
91% of Women Said
Yes, good call
9% of Women Said
No, bad for environment

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Blocking California

The Trump administration wants to ban California from imposing strict emission standards on vehicles. Should emission standards be left up to the state or Federal government?

20% Said
State
80% Said
Federal
22% of Men Said
State
78% of Men Said
Federal
12% of Women Said
State
88% of Women Said
Federal

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