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Short survey, 13 multiple choice questions, about the government's involvement in environmental issues. Would very much appreciate it if you would respond, all multiple choice, feel free to post or PM and I'll strip all user info before forwarding to her.

From the first question the liberal bias will hit you right between the eyes, but nothing to be done about it at this point. Try not to overthink the questions and answers, I seriously had to point out that we should add answer D to question 2 so people in the South could participate.

Thanks for your assistance!

1) Gender
a) Male
b) Female
c) Other​

2) Region of US
a) Northeast
b) Midwest
c) Southwest
d) Southeast​

3) Age
a) 18-29
b) 30-44
c) 45-64
d) 65+​

4) Race
a) White
b) African American
c) Latino
d) Other​

5) Political Affiliation
a) Republican
b) Democrat
c) Independent
d) Other​

6) Political Philosophy
a) Conservative
b) Moderate
c) Liberal
d) Libertarian
e) Other​

7) Max Education
a) High school degree or less
b) Some college
c) College degree or more​

8) Do you believe that each state should make its own decisions regarding the government involvement in environmental protection?
a) Yes
b) Undecided
c) No, the federal government should make the decisions for the states​

9) Should the government spend more than 3% of the budget on environmental concerns? (note that environmental concerns get less than 3% today)
a) Yes, environmental concerns needs more than 3% of the budget
b) No, the money for environmental concerns should be decreased to less than 1% of the budget.
c) Spending on environmental concerns should stay about the same.​

10) Should tax money go towards the environment?
a) Yes
b) Possible
c) No​

11) Do you believe that hazards to the environment require immediate intervention by the government?
a) Yes
b) Sometimes - it depends on how serious the situation is
c) No, never​

12) Do you think that more emphasis should be put on using renewable energy sources rather than fossil fuels?
a) Yes
b) Maybe a little
c) Not at all​

13) Should there be laws banning/limiting the production of hazardous chemicals and burning of fossil fuels?
a) Absolutely
b) Yes, but only if there is an excessive amount of them
c) No​
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