Georgetown Polling Finds Strong Bipartisan Support for EPA Action to Reduce Carbon Pollution

June 26, 2013

On the eve of President Obama's climate plan announcement at Georgetown University, the Georgetown Climate Center and the Georgetown Public Policy Institute released polling demonstrating strong bi-partisan support for EPA action to reduce carbon pollution.

Below are a few of the media stories that have discussed the Georgetown poll:

Poll Watch
Politico – June 25, 2013

Greens, Businesses Make Closing Arguments Ahead of Obama Speech
Greenwire – June 25, 2013

Critique of the President's speech
The Daily Beast  – June 25, 2013

Ex-Toledo Councilman Urges Action on Climate
The Toledo Blade – June 26, 2013

Obama Delivers a Defining Speech on Climate Change
IEEE Spectrum – June 25, 2012

The Great Lakes Could Benefit Most from Obama's Climate Change Aim
Great Lakes Echo – July 3

Members of Congress Introduce Bipartisan Legislation as the "Problem Solvers"
Washington Post – July 18