Public Support for the UK’s Green Industrial Revolution : A PECC Lab Research Brief. / Beiser-McGrath, Liam.

In: PECC Lab Research Brief, 23.02.2021.

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Public Support for the UK’s Green Industrial Revolution : A PECC Lab Research Brief. / Beiser-McGrath, Liam.

In: PECC Lab Research Brief, 23.02.2021.

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abstract = "This PECC Lab Research Brief examines public opinion on the Green Industrial Revolution. It uses a nationally representative survey experiment to estimate how the various components of the Green Industrial Revolution affect public support, and which policy proposals are most popular.Executive Summary:- The Prime Minister has recently unveiled a ten-point plan for a Green Industrial Revolution to meet net-zero emissions targets.- We conducted an original survey experiment to causally identify the public{\textquoteright}s support for particular points of this plan and their overall level of support.- Public support is increased substantially by consumer grants for electric vehicles, funding of electric public transport, planting of trees, and wind power.- Investment in air and sea vehicles and nuclear power does not meaningfully increase the public{\textquoteright}s support.- An ambitious version of the Green Industrial Revolution sees majority support amongst the public, while taking no action is widely opposed.- This ambitious version of the Green Industrial Revolution sees support across party lines, being similarly popular amongst Conservative and Labour supporters.",
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