Acomb, Deborah L.
May 2004
National Journal;5/1/2004, Vol. 36 Issue 18, p1358
Presents the views of U.S. citizens on the petroleum industry based on economic surveys as of May 2004. Percentage of respondents who are expecting a rise in gasoline prices; Response of U.S. citizens to the proposal to use the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge of Alaska for oil exploration; Results of a poll on the impact of higher gas prices on the lives of U.S. citizens.


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