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Chispa FL – 2020 Environmental Attitudes Survey

Thank you for participating in this survey. All of your answers are completely confidential and anonymous. To show our appreciation for your time, we will send you $3 via Venmo that can be redeemed on any purchase or donated to Florida Conservation Voters. The survey will take just a few minutes. Let's get started!

No purchase necessary. Please note that we will need your zip code (for classification purposes), as well as your email address or telephone number to deliver the incentive for participation. 

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* 1. What would you say are the top three most important problems facing Latinxs/Hispanics in Florida today? (select only 3 options)

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* 2. Below is a list of different impacts scientists, like those at NASA, say that global warming and climate change are causing. For each, please indicate how concerned you are about it.

  Not at all concerned  Not that concerned Somewhat concerned Very concerned Extremely concerned
More wildfires
More mega-hurricanes
Worse air pollution
More heat waves
More droughts and water shortages
Loss of plants and animal habitats
More diseases and epidemics
Rise in sea level and flooding

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* 3. How important do you think it is for Florida’s Governor and state lawmakers to address each of the following issues?

  Not at all important Not that important Somewhat important Very important Extremely important
Pass legislation to combat global warming and climate change.
Reduce air pollution.
Increase taxes on polluting industries.
Provide financial assistance to help homes reduce energy bills.
Protect Florida’s public lands and parks.
Increase protections for drinking water.
Increase public transportation services such as buses and trains.
Create affordable housing.
Lower health care costs.
Increase funding for K-12 education.
Protect the safety and wellbeing of workers.
Protect the rights of immigrants.
Create good paying jobs.
Reduce the spread of COVID-19.

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* 4. Do you think that if Florida enacted stronger laws to combat climate change and promote clean energy like solar panels, it would: (select only one option)

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* 5. Scientists have shown that major sources of carbon emissions and pollution come from cars, trucks, buses, homes and businesses.

There are different policies that Florida’s government is proposing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change.

How much would you support these policies?

  Strongly Oppose Somewhat Oppose Neither oppose nor support Somewhat support Strongly support
Require vehicle manufacturers to meet stronger carbon pollution standards for cars, trucks, and buses.
Transition public vehicles like school buses, transit buses, maintenance trucks and government-owned cars to electric vehicles.
Require car companies to make more electric vehicle models available for sale in Florida.
Provide incentives for the purchase of electric vehicles, including discounts on the purchase price and registration fees.
Adopt policies that will reduce smog and air pollution from older vehicles 
Set significant limits on carbon pollution by power plants, factories, transportation and agriculture, so that the state is carbon-neutral by 2050.
Allow money raised from gasoline taxes to be used to expand public transportation.
Provide assistance to homeowners and renters to buy appliances that use less power and will reduce their monthly energy bill.
Allow communities to share solar energy  - even if they rent their homes, live in an apartment, or cannot afford rooftop solar panels.

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* 6. If you were looking for more information about protecting the environment, which of the following sources would you prefer to use? (select up to 4)

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* 7. Would you describe yourself as someone who cares about the environment?

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* 8. Next we will ask you some questions about yourself for statistical purposes.


With which gender do you identify most?

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* 11. When it comes to politics, do you generally think if yourself as: 


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* 12. What is your zip code?

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* 13. Do you own or rent your current residence?

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* 15. Were you born in the mainland United States, Puerto Rico or some other country?

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* 17. With which race(s) do you identify?

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* 18. Different terms are used to describe people of Latin American descent living in the United States. Which do you prefer?

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* 19. We just need a few more details so we can send you your $3 gift for completing the survey!  This will be used to deliver gift cards.

What is your email address?

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* 20. What is your mobile phone number?

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* 21. How would you like to receive your gift?

Gift will be sent via Venmo within a few days.

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* 22. Please confirm below if you’d like to participate in an upcoming virtual focus group session regarding this topic. Participants will receive $50 for expressing their views.

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* 23. What is your name? (optional)

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* 24. Is there anything else you'd like to tell us? OPTIONAL

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