Miami Science Policy Survey

Thank you for choosing to participate in the March for Science's science policy survey! We'll ask you about what science issues you think are important for Miami, as well as what issues you think are important at the national and international level. 

The data collected in this survey will be presented to local, state, and federal policymakers to highlight our policy priorities. We won't share any identifying information that you provide. 

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* 1. What is your zip code?

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* 2. Optional: Would you like to hear about our survey results and learn more about science advocacy in our community? Please share your email so that we can follow up with you!

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* 3. We're going to show you a list of science policy issues that are relevant to Miami residents. From this list, please select and rank these issues in order of priority from 1-9 that you think are important for your local political leaders to address, with 1 indicating the issue that you think is most important for your local political leaders to address and 9 indicating the lowest priority issue.


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* 4. Please tell us how important you think each of these science policy issues are in Miami.

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Clean water: offshore oil drilling, fracking)
Diversity, equity, and access in science
Environmental justice
Public health research funding (gun violence, HIV/AIDS, opioids, etc.)
Science education standards

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* 5. Please tell us how important you think each of these science policy issues are in Miami.

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Air pollution and air quality 
Climate change mitigation and sustainability 
Plastics waste and banning disposable plastics 
Renewable energy resources (e.g. solar, tidal, wind)
Use of science/scientific evidence in local policy (scientific integrity)

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* 6. How well overall do you think your local and state government are doing on your top science policy concerns?

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* 7. Is there another issue not listed that you would you like to send a message about to your local and state policymakers? Please write below:


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