2014 Arkansas 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, including energy efficiency, renewable energy, natural resources, and electric power supply infrastructure, in the state of Arkansas.
  • Researchers
    • Geoboo Song, Ph.D. (Principal researcher, Assistant professor, Department of Political Science, University of Arkansas-Fayetteville)
    • John Kester III (Co-Researcher, Ph.D. candidate, Environmental Dynamics Ph.D. Program, University of Arkansas-Fayetteville)
    • Rachael Moyer (Co-Researcher, M.A. candidate, Department of Political Science, University of Arkansas-Fayetteville)
  • 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, John Kester III, and Rachael Moyer. 2014. 2014 Arkansas Energy Policy Survey (Phase I): Assessing Local Policy Elites’ Opinions On Arkansas Energy Policy Issues. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR. (Link) 
    • Song, Geoboo, John Kester III, and Rachael Moyer. 2014. 2014 Arkansas Energy Policy Survey (Phase I): Frequency Distributions & Descriptive Statistics. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR. (Link)
    • Kester III, John, Rachael Moyer, and Geoboo Song. 2014. 2014 Arkansas Energy Policy Survey (Phase II): Assessing Local Policy Elites’ Opinions On Arkansas Energy Policy Issues. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR. (Link)
    • Kester III, John, Rachael Moyer, and Geoboo Song. 2014. 2014 Arkansas Energy Policy Survey (Phase II): Frequency Distributions & Descriptive Statistics. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR. (Link)

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