Ontario energy concerns overview: new polling
Wednesday, April 9th 2014 4:26:33pm
(April 9, 2014, Toronto, ON) Oraclepoll Research has released omnibus polling results at the All-Energy Canada Conference & Exhibition today. The survey is about Ontarians’ opinion regarding provincial voter intent, renewable energy and energy costs. Below are the results.
|Ontario decided vote intent||Liberals Party - 35%|
Progressive Conservative Party - 34%
New Democratic Party - 24%
Green Party - 8%
|Top of mind energy issue||Cost / Price - 63%|
|Political Party most trusted with ensuring a reliable source of energy while reducing costs||Don’t know - 39%|
Progressive Conservative Party - 22%
New Democratic Party - 15%
Liberal Party - 12%
Green Party - 6%
None - 6%
|Concern with rising electricity costs||Strongly concerned - 57%|
Somewhat concerned - 25%
Not strongly concerned - 10%
Not at all concerned - 7%
Don’t know - 3%
|Ranked priority (means score) for new power generation sources (out of 5)||Solar - 2.4%|
Wind - 2.7%
Natural Gas - 2.8%
Hydro Electric - 3.2%
Nuclear - 3.8%
|Favourability ratings for new sources of power generation||Solar - 77%|
Hydro electric - 71%
Natural gas - 68%
Wind - 59%
Nuclear energy - 36%
The survey was conducted between April 1 and 7, 2014. A total of 1,000 people were surveyed with a margin of error of +/- 3%.
For more information please contact: Maria Leung, Environmental Communication Options at 416-972-7401 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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