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One recent study found babies in the womb experience negative health effects from close exposure to a hydraulic fracturing site. The effects were strongest within a half mile of the site, with babies 25% more likely to have a low birth weight. Birth weights were not different for pregnant mothers living more than 2 miles from the site. Would you say you favor, oppose, or neither favor nor oppose the use of hydraulic fracturing in the United States?...Strongly favor, somewhat favor, neither favor nor oppose, somewhat oppose, strongly oppose (Source: Associated Press-NORC Energy Policy Survey, Aug, 2017)

Subpopulation/Note: Asked of one-quarter sample. * = less than .5%.
Strongly favor

Somewhat favor

Neither favor nor oppose

Somewhat oppose

Strongly oppose

Don't know



Survey by Associated Press. Methodology: Conducted by AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, August 17 - August 21, 2017 and based on 1,038 telephone and online interviews. Sample: National adult. 861 respondents were interviewed online, and 177 by telephone. Interviews were conducted both online using a self-administered design and by telephone using live interviewers. All interviews were conducted among participants in AmeriSpeak, a probability-based panel designed to be representative of the national US adult population run by NORC at the University of Chicago. Panel participants without Internet access were interviewed via telephone by professional interviewers under the direction of NORC. NORC's AmeriSpeak Panel provides a representative panel of civilian, non-institutional adults (age 18 and over) living in the United States. [USAP.100217N.R44B] (View Citation)


Do you now smoke cigarettes every day, some days, or not at all? (Source: Pew Research Center's American Trends Panel Poll, Jul, 2014)

Subpopulation/Note: Those interviewed online who have smoked 100 cigarettes in their entire life.
Every day

Some days

Not at all


Survey by Pew Research Center for the People & the Press. Methodology: Conducted by Abt SRBI, July 7 - August 4, 2014 and based on 3,351 online, telephone, and mail interviews. Sample: National adult. 1509 respondents were interviewed online and 1842 by telephone or mail. The American Trends Panel (ATP), created by the Pew Research Center, is a nationally representative panel of randomly selected U.S. adults living in households. Respondents who self-identify as Internet users (representing 89% of U.S. adults) participate in the panel via monthly self-administered Web surveys, and those who do not use the Internet participate via telephone or mail. The panel is being managed by Abt SRBI. Question wording in this topline is that from the web version of the survey. Question wording and format was adapted for the paper questionnaire delivered by mail. [USSRBI.051315P.R17W] (View Citation)

Topics: HEALTH

(I'd like to read you a list of some things that other people we have interviewed have said are possible causes of high blood pressure. For each one would you please tell me, from what you know or have heard, if you feel it is a definite cause of high blood pressure, a possible cause, or not a cause?)...Not getting enough exercise (Source: Public And High Blood Pressure, May, 1973)

Definite cause

Possible cause

Not a cause

Not sure


Survey by National Heart and Lung Institute. Methodology: Conducted by Louis Harris & Associates during May, 1973 and based on 3,867 personal interviews. Sample: National (see note). The basic sample consisted of 3181 individuals aged 17 and over. A separate cross-section of 686 blacks was interviewed. Responses of blacks were weighted to their actual proportion in the population [USHARRIS.73NHLI.R16B10] (View Citation)


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