IPOL survey finds that Iowans are split on carbon-capture pipelines

Thursday, March 24, 2022
Iowa Policy and Opinion Lab
A recent Iowa Policy and Opinion Lab (IPOL) survey conducted by University of Iowa faculty and students found that Iowans’ opinions are split regarding the construction of pipelines that would transport carbon dioxide from ethanol plants to be sequestered underground to reduce greenhouse emissions.

IPOL survey finds Iowans worried about climate change

Friday, March 11, 2022
Iowa Policy and Opinion Lab
A recent Iowa Policy and Opinion Lab (IPOL) survey conducted by University of Iowa faculty and students found that a majority of Iowans are worried about the effects of global climate change. Concerns about climate change split strongly along partisan lines and show some level of generation differences.
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IPOL survey finds majority of Iowans support change to bottle bill deposit law

Friday, March 4, 2022
Iowa Policy and Opinion Lab
A recent Iowa Policy and Opinion Lab (IPOL) survey conducted by University of Iowa faculty and students found that a majority of Iowans support changes to Iowa’s bottle bill deposit Law. The strongest support was seen for expanding the types of containers covered.