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2016FallQ11Now I will read three more statements. Again, please tell me which comes closest to your view.govt
fedaction
govt_fed_v2

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2015FallQ27Each state is required to adopt its own emission reduction plan under the Clean Power Plan, or have one imposed upon it by the federal government. Which approach to this federal requirement would you like YOUR state to take?cpp
cpp_action_v2
fedaction

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2015FallQ30-33For each of the statements that I read please tell me if you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the statement. Rich countries like the US have a moral obligation to show international leadership by reducing their greenhouse gas emissions.fed
fed_moralobligation
intl
fedaction
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2014FallQ28The federal government has introduced a Clean Power Plan that is designed to reduce greenhouse gases from existing power plants. It gives each state flexibility in deciding how to reduce these emissions through negotiations with the federal government. Do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose or strongly oppose this policy?cpp
cpp_support
fedaction

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2014FallQ33Each state is required to adopt its own emission reduction plan under the federal government's Clean Power Policy. Which approach to this federal requirement would you like your state to take:cpp
cpp_action
fedaction

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2014SpringQ25If the federal government enacted a carbon fuels tax, which of the following options would you most prefer: [ROTATE OPTIONS]carbontax
carbontax_revfed_v2
fedaction

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2013FallQ33An alternative policy would set a hard cap on emissions from coal-fired electricity. Do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose or strongly oppose imposing new regulations on coal-fired electricity generation to address climate change?coalfpp
coalfpp_support
fedaction

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2013FallQ33President Obama has proposed setting a hard cap on emissions from coal-fired electricity. Do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose or strongly oppose imposing new regulations on coal-fired electricity generation to address climate change?coalfpp
coalfpp_support_Obama
fedaction

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2013FallQ37-41Please identify your level of agreement with the following statements. For each statement please indicate if you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree. Rich countries like the US have a moral obligation to show international leadership by reducing their greenhouse gas emissions.fed
fed_moralobligation
intl
fedaction
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2013SpringQ34There is a proposal to create an Energy Security Fund. This fund would receive revenues from taxing oil and gas drilling on federal government lands. It would use the funds for alternative energy research and development. Do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose or strongly oppose the creation of this fund?enrgysecfund
enrgysecfund_support
fedaction

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2013SpringQ35The Environmental Protection Agency or EPA has begun to use clean air regulations to reduce large industrial sources of greenhouse gases. These regulations are generally implemented in collaboration with states. How should your state respond to this new federal regulation? Should they cooperate with the EPA or refuse to cooperate with the EPA on the new clean air regulations?industrial
industrial_caa_action
fedaction

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2012FallQ28-30For each level of government that I mention please tell me if it has a great deal of responsibility, some responsibility or no responsibility for taking actions to reduce global warming: The Federal Governmentgovt
govt_fed
fedaction

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2010FallQ27-29For each level of government that I mention please tell me if it has a great deal of responsibility, some responsibility or no responsibility for taking actions to reduce global warming: The Federal Governmentgovt
govt_fed
fedaction

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2009FallQ17-19For each level of government that I mention please tell me if it has a great deal of responsibility, some responsibility or no responsibility for taking actions to reduce global warming: The Federal Governmentgovt
govt_fed
fedaction

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2008FallQ23-25For each level of government that I mention please tell me if it has a great deal of responsibility, some responsibility or no responsibility for taking actions to reduce global warming. The Federal Governmentgovt
govt_fed
fedaction

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