The results are overwhelmingly favorable towards the position of defending EPA’s authority to protect public health.
Key highlights include:
· 69 percent think the EPA should update Clean Air Act standards with stricter limits on air pollution;
· 68 percent feel that Congress should not stop the EPA from updating Clean Air Act standards;
· And a bipartisan 69 percent majority believe that EPA scientists, rather than Congress, should set pollution standards.
more at www.LungUSA.org/clean-air-survey