FDU Poll: 2018 ‘Attitudes on Energy in New Jersey’ Survey

Posted September 4, 2018

New Jerseyans of both political parties overwhelmingly support renewable energy, and want the state to achieve 100% of its energy come from sources like wind and solar.

  • Only a third of New Jerseyans think gas is “clean” energy, an astounding 23-point drop from 2016.
  • Three out of four NJ voters support 100% renewable energy by 2050.
  • 75% say NJ should be investing more in renewables, not more fossil fuels and pipelines.
  • Two-thirds (67%) said that the jobs created by pipelines are not worth the environmental and health risks, and we should instead create jobs through clean, renewable energy projects.

Related Articles

NJDEP Announces Strategic Climate Action Plan

September 21, 2023

Multiple State AGs, NJ Rate Counsel Join Environmental Groups in Challenging FERC’s Flawed Approval of Unneeded REAE Fossil Fuel Project

August 11, 2023

New Jersey Advocates Launch Clean Energy Action Now

August 1, 2023
© 2024 ReThink Energy NJ | Privacy Policy