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2014FallQ35As you may have heard, there are a few pipeline proposals now being considered in the US. One is the Keystone XL energy pipeline that would transport oil from Canada's oil sands region through the mid-Western United States to refineries in Texas. On a scale of 0 to 10, where 10 means strongly support and 0 means strongly opposed, how strongly do you support or oppose the building of the Keystone XL energy pipeline?pipelines
pipelines_kxl_neutral


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2014FallQ35As you may have heard, there are a few pipeline proposals now being considered in the US. One is the Keystone XL energy pipeline that would transport oil from Canada's oil sands region through the mid-Western United States to refineries in Texas. An argument for building this pipeline is that it will create jobs. On a scale of 0 to 10, where 10 means strongly support and 0 means strongly opposed, how strongly do you support or oppose the building of the Keystone XL energy pipeline?pipelines
pipelines_kxl_jobs


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2014FallQ35As you may have heard, there are a few pipeline proposals now being considered in the US. One is the Keystone XL energy pipeline that would transport oil from Canada's oil sands region through the mid-Western United States to refineries in Texas. An argument against building this pipeline is that it will increase greenhouse gas emissions. On a scale of 0 to 10, where 10 means strongly support and 0 means strongly opposed, how strongly do you support or oppose the building of the Keystone XL energy pipeline?pipelines
pipelines_kxl_ghg


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2014FallQ35As you may have heard, there are a few pipeline proposals now being considered in the US. One is the Keystone XL energy pipeline that would transport oil from Canada's oil sands region through the mid-Western United States to refineries in Texas. An argument against building this pipeline is that it will put local land and water resources at risk of contamination from spills. On a scale of 0 to 10, where 10 means strongly support and 0 means strongly opposed, how strongly do you support or oppose the building of the Keystone XL energy pipeline?pipelines
pipelines_kxl_spills


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2014FallQ36As you may have heard, there are a few pipeline proposals now being considered in the US. One is the Keystone XL energy pipeline that would transport oil from Canada's oil sands region through the mid-Western United States to refineries in Texas. Based on what you've seen and heard in the news, have news media in general presented a more pro-pipeline, more anti-pipeline or neutral coverage of pipeline projects in the US?pipelines
pipelines_media


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2013FallQ42There is currently some discussion around the construction of new energy pipelines to transport oil and gas across parts of Canada and the United States. Do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose or strongly oppose the construction of these new pipelines to transport oil and gas?pipelines
pipelines_support


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