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Fall 2013Q2First, thinking about The Great Lakes overall, would you rate their current condition as excellent, good, fair, poor, or very poor?

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q3aTo what extent do you agree or disagree the following general statement about The Great Lakes? The Great Lakes have a significant impact on my jurisdiction.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q3bTo what extent do you agree or disagree the following general statement about The Great Lakes? The Great Lakes are a valuable economic resource for Michigan.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q3cTo what extent do you agree or disagree the following general statement about The Great Lakes? The Great Lakes are a valuable economic resource for my jurisdiction.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q3dTo what extent do you agree or disagree the following general statement about The Great Lakes? My jurisdiction's policies and operations do not impact the health of The Great Lakes.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q4aFor the following entities, please indicate whether you think they should have a great deal of responsibility, some responsibility, or no responsibility for taking actions to protect The Great Lakes: Federal governments (The United States and Canada).

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q4bFor the following entities, please indicate whether you think they should have a great deal of responsibility, some responsibility, or no responsibility for taking actions to protect The Great Lakes: State governments (Michigan, other states, and Canadian provinces).

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q4cFor the following entities, please indicate whether you think they should have a great deal of responsibility, some responsibility, or no responsibility for taking actions to protect The Great Lakes: Local governments.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q4dFor the following entities, please indicate whether you think they should have a great deal of responsibility, some responsibility, or no responsibility for taking actions to protect The Great Lakes: Your jurisdiction's government in particular.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q4eFor the following entities, please indicate whether you think they should have a great deal of responsibility, some responsibility, or no responsibility for taking actions to protect The Great Lakes: Businesses and industries.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q4fFor the following entities, please indicate whether you think they should have a great deal of responsibility, some responsibility, or no responsibility for taking actions to protect The Great Lakes: Individual citizens.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q5eIn general, to what extent do you believe the following types of regulatory policies should be strengthened or eased: Regulations to limit water diversion from The Great Lakes.

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes | Water
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Fall 2013Q6aIn general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible policies or actions related to The Great Lakes: Increase efforts to improve Great Lakes water quality, even if it requires higher taxes.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q6bIn general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible policies or actions related to The Great Lakes: Phase out coal-fired power plants to reduce mercury emissions in The Great Lakes region, even if the cost of electricity increases.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q6cIn general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible policies or actions related to The Great Lakes: Prevent new construction on wetlands, even if it limits economic development.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q6dIn general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible policies or actions related to The Great Lakes: Reduce the rate at which farmland or other natural areas are being paved over, even if it limits economic development.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q6eIn general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible policies or actions related to The Great Lakes: Increase coordination among regional states on Great Lakes management, even if it requires giving up some of Michigan's decision-making power.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q6fIn general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible policies or actions related to The Great Lakes: Increase coordination and role among local governments on Great Lakes management, even if it requires giving up some of your jurisdiction's decision-making power.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q6gIn general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible policies or actions related to The Great Lakes: Increase the cost of water for households and businesses to encourage consumers to use less water.

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Environment | The Great Lakes
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Fall 2013Q25gNext, we want to ask about a range of potential sources of energy. Although these issues can be complex and may have various costs and benefits, in general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible actions to address energy supply issues in Michigan: Allow offshore oil and gas drilling in The Great Lakes

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Energy | The Great Lakes | Energy sources
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Fall 2013Q25iNext, we want to ask about a range of potential sources of energy. Although these issues can be complex and may have various costs and benefits, in general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible actions to address energy supply issues in Michigan: Increase the use of offshore wind power in The Great Lakes

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Energy | The Great Lakes | Energy sources
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