Voters continue to recognize there is a conflict between economic growth and environmental protection and don’t view themselves as selfish for putting the economy first.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 49% of Likely U.S. Voters believe there is a conflict between growing the economy and protecting the environment, and just 26% do not see any conflict between the two, but just as many (25%) are not sure.
Americans continue to view it as pragmatic, not selfish to put the economy ahead of global warming.
Earlier in the week we ran the Heritage video of the event “Climate Change: The Lack of Science in the Scientific Consensus” and at least