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2017 Swing Region Clean Energy Poll
Sponsored by: ClearPath Action Fund

In the eight states surveyed, Republicans gained a 25% swing on average over the generic ballot after focused messaging on clean energy. Among those who voted for President Trump, 77 percent said they support accelerating clean energy. Nearly 90 percent of independents said they support accelerating clean energy.

Poll conducted June 1-8, 2017
8 states   |   N=3,200   |   RV   |   MOE +/- 1.73%

Florida District 26 Message Testing
Sponsored by: ClearPath Action Fund

Democratic strategists have publicly identified clean energy and the environment as the #1 way to move votes away from the Republican ticket. By taking the reins and presenting a positive clean energy agenda, Republican candidates can reclaim the narrative and appeal to a both swing voters and GOPers. This was extremely evident in the poll we conducted in Florida’s 26th District.

Poll conducted: May 22-24th, 2016
FL 26   |   N=400   |   RV   |   MOE: +/-4.9%

National Clean Energy Voter File
Sponsored by: ClearPath

We completed a National 7,394 registered voter interview so that we could model and identify the persuadable clean energy voter in every State and District across the country. The interviews focused on finding and identifying the moveable voters through a message about clean energy benefits associated with jobs, environment, security, and the environment.

Poll conducted: April 26th – May 6th, 2016
National | N=7,394  |  RV  |  MOE: +/-1.1%

Swing State Messaging Survey
Sponsored by: ClearPath

We completed a 3,242 voter file matched interview across eight states (FL, IL, NV, NH, NC, OH, PA, WI) with competitive Senate races. The interviews were segmented into four samples, two of 811 voters and two of 810 voters, each of which were presented with a different themed clean energy/environment message around jobs and wages, environment, security and terrorism, and bipartisanship.

Poll conducted: May 1-5th, 2016
8 Swing States | N=3,242  |  RV  |  MOE: +/-1.7%

Ohio Micro Targeting Research
Sponsored by: ClearPath Action Fund

While clean energy is not at the top of the priority list for the vast majority of voters, according to our research at the Senate level, an attack on a candidate’s record on clean energy is the most effective way to convince them to vote against Republican’s. Clean energy is a top peel-away issue and it must not be ignored by the party.

Poll conducted: April 12-17th, 2016
Ohio   |   N=2,200   |   RV   |   MOE: +/-2.1%

New Hampshire Micro Targeting Research
Sponsored by: ClearPath Action Fund

While clean energy is not at the top of the priority list for the vast majority of voters, according to our research at the Senate level, an attack on a candidate’s record on clean energy is the most effective way to convince them to vote against Republican’s. Clean energy is a top peel-away issue and it must not be ignored by the party.

Poll conducted: April 12-17th, 2016
New Hampshire  |  N=2,200  |  RV  |  MOE: +/-2.1%

Ohio Focus Groups
Sponsored by: ClearPath Action Fund

We went to Independence, Ohio to conduct a pair of focus groups in order to gauge the current environment facing Portman as well as attitudes about environment and clean energy issues. We conducted two focus groups on April 7th , divided by gender, of political independents who are undecided in the Senate race or are leaning toward Portman and who are undecided in the Presidential race or are leaning toward Hillary Clinton.

Focus Group Conducted: April 7th, 2016
Ohio  |  2 Groups  |  Swing Voters  

New Hampshire Focus Groups
Sponsored by: ClearPath Action Fund

We wanted to understand how best to build support and goodwill toward her despite potentially complicating factors at the Presidential level. In order to do this, we conducted two focus groups in Bedford, NH, divided by gender, of political independents who are undecided in the Senate race or are leaning toward Kelly Ayotte, and who are undecided in the Presidential race or are leading toward Hillary Clinton.

Focus Group Conducted: April 5th, 2016
New Hampshire  |  2 Groups  |  Swing Voters  

National Clean Energy Poll
Sponsored by: ClearPath

People believe that energy production isn’t part of the conservative voters top concerns. And they are wrong. Energy, when paired with the impacts to other top issues like the economy, jobs, national security or public health, becomes a top voting topic for all voters regardless of ideology.

Poll conducted: August 24 – 27th, 2015
National   |   N=1,200   |   RV   |   MOE: +/-2.8%