A Yale University survey of 1,000 people across the U.S. reveals the desire for more fuel-efficient, cleaner-burning vehicles crosses political party lines. Results of the poll commissioned by the Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy, show 93% think requiring the auto industry to make vehicles that achieve higher mileage is a good idea; 6% say it's a bad idea. Political preference did not skew opinions, as 96% of Democrats and independents support compelling auto makers to build ...
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