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Preference for environment over economy largest since 2000
by Lydia Saad
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4 April 2019
On 4 April 2019 Gallup reported:
By the widest margin since 2000, more Americans believe environmental protection should take precedence over economic growth when the two goals conflict. Sixty-five percent now choose the environment, up eight percentage points from a year ago, while 30 percent choose the economy. The latest results are from Gallup's 2019 Environment survey, conducted March 1-10.
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