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Pew: Renewables Offer ‘One Spot of Unity’ in a Divided Political Landscape

While the American population stands divided heading into this year’s presidential election, there’s one thing the majority of Americans can agree on: expanding the use of renewables. A new survey by Pew Research found that 89 percent of Americans favor building more solar farms, with just 9 percent opposed. A similarly large share support the development of wind farms, with 83 percent in favor and 14 percent opposed.
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