2017 Arkansas/Oregon Energy Policy Survey

  • Purpose of Research: This survey is designed to gauge local policymakers’ and business leaders’ opinions, attitudes, and preferences toward various important energy policy issues in Arkansas and Oregon.
  • Researchers
    • Geoboo Song, Ph.D. (Principal researcher, Assistant professor, Department of Political Science, University of Arkansas)
    • Michael D. Jones, Ph.D. (Co-Researcher, Assistance professor, School of Public Policy, Oregon State University)
    • Rachael M. Moyer (Co-Researcher, Ph.D. student, Public Policy Ph.D. program, University of Arkansas)
    • Chad M. Zanocco (Co-Researcher, Ph.D. student, School of Public Policy, Oregon State University)
    • Creed Tumlison (Co-Researcher, Ph.D. student, Public Policy Ph.D. program, University of Arkansas)
    • Briana Kordsmeier (Co-Researcher, Ph.D. student, Public Policy Ph.D. program, University of Arkansas)
  • Conflict of Interest: This research is not encumbered by any conflicts of interest, as it is conducted independently with no extramural funding.
  • Survey Reports
    • Song, Geoboo, Rachael M. Moyer, Creed Tumlison, Briana Kordsmeier, Michael D. Jones, and Chad M. Zanocco. 2017. 2017 Arkansas Energy Policy Survey: Frequency Distributions & Descriptive Statistics. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR. (Link)
    • Jones, Michael D., Chad M. Zanocco, Geoboo Song, Rachael M. Moyer, and Creed Tumlison, Briana Kordsmeier. 2017. 2017 Oregon Energy Policy Survey: Frequency Distributions & Descriptive Statistics. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. (Link)