Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago (EPIC)  published a new poll with The Associated Press–NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, which explores Americans’ attitudes on climate change, their views on key climate and energy policies, and how they feel about electric vehicles and the policies to encourage them. Check out our top 10 charts from the poll.

According to the new poll, people are more motivated by saving money on gas than reducing their personal impact on climate change and are less willing to pay a fee in their electric bills to combat climate change than they have been in recent years. You can read more on the findings here.

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