* 1. How concerned are you about air pollution?

* 2. How concerned are you about the extinction of endangered animals?

* 3. Should the United States government's laws restricting pollution be more strict, less strict, or about as strict as they are now?

* 4. The term "global warming" is often used to refer to the idea that the world's average temperature may be about 5 degrees Fahrenheit higher in 75 years than it is now. Do you think global warming is good or bad?

* 5. Is the United States government spending too much time trying to reduce global warming, too little time, or about the right amount of time?

* 6. Is reducing global warming more important than improving the economy, less important than improving the economy, or about as important as improving the economy?

* 7. When people get involved in trying to solve environmental problems, how often do you think they make things better?

* 8. How well do you think the environment can recover on its own from problems caused by humans?

* 9. How safe would you feel if a nuclear energy plant were built near where you live?

* 10. Which of the following alternative energy sources do you think will be MOST important in the next 10 years?

* 11. Should the government provide more money or less money to support alternative energy?

* 12. How often do you recycle?

* 13. How willing are you to change your lifestyle to reduce the damage you cause to the environment?

* 14. How likely are you to buy a more expensive product if its packaging is more environmentally-friendly than its competitor's product?

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