Intermountain Environmental Poll Release:Media Teleconference - Feb. 23, 12:30pm MT

Intermountain Environmental Poll Release:Media Teleconference - Feb. 23, 12:30pm MT

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 Researchers to Unveil Findings from Bi-Partisan Poll of Rocky Mountain States on Environmental, Renewable Energy Issues

Voters in Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming Share Opinions on Environmental Concerns, Regulation, Climate Change, Clean Energy and More

WHAT: Colorado College, in partnership with Democratic and Republican research firms, will unveil new findings on voter attitudes on conservation, the environment and renewable energy in Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. The first-ever “Conservation in the West Survey” polled 2,200 voters January 23-27, 2011, conducted by Public Opinion Strategies (Republican firm) and Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz & Associates (Democratic firm).

The findings reveal commonalities and differences among the five states, as well as some surprising perspectives on topical environmental issues.

RSVP: Mike Smith, 505-982-6965, or
Dana Levine, 415-503-4170,


o Walt Hecox, Ph.D., professor and director of “State of the Rockies Project,” Colorado College
o Lori Weigel, partner, Public Opinion Strategies
o Dave Metz, partner, Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz & Associates

WHEN: Wednesday, February 23, 12:30 p.m. MT

This call has a phone and Web component. The below telephone information is essential for hearing the briefing, but you do not have to log into the Web component (which is to show some of the statistics that will be discussed).

Call: 800-894-5910
Program title: Western States Survey Media Call

NOTE: Unless you have used WebEx recently, you will need to click on the below link and follow its prompts before the call.

Meeting Number: 806 931 837
Meeting Password: westsurvey

1. Go to:
2. If requested, enter your name and email address.
3. If a password is required, enter: westsurvey
4. Click “Join.”

(If you experience problem, you can go to and, on the left navigation bar, click “Support.”)



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