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Environmental Polling Consortium

The Environmental Polling Consortium (EPC) helps environmental advocates use public opinion research in their campaigns.

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The primary hub for environmental advocates’ polling-related needs

By collecting, distributing, and interpreting polling data on climate and environmental issues, the EPC works to make this research more accessible and to democratize data across the movement.

Whether you’re looking for the most relevant polling data on a specific topic, guidance on a new polling project, or polling-based insights to strengthen your organization’s strategy, the EPC is your one-stop hub.

David Gold
David Gold
Director
Leah Zamesnik
Leah Zamesnik
Partnerships Manager

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Polling is an important tool in the environmental movement’s toolbox, but too many advocates and organizations are unable to use it effectively. Many advocacy organizations lack the resources to commission new polling projects, or don’t have the expertise needed to adequately analyze polling data. 

We believe that making polling more accessible to more advocates will make our movement more inclusive, more strategic, and more effective.

We work to empower advocates and environmental organizations by:

  • Sharing important findings from recent public opinion research
  • Providing a forum for advocates to share their own polling  data
  • Training advocates to help them better use and understand polling
  • Analyzing and interpreting public polling data to make it more actionable for advocates across the environmental movement

EPC Resources

EPC Polling & Resource Library

Thanks to our founding and current members, the EPC hosts hundreds of public and non-public poll docs (e.g., toplines, decks, and memos) in our searchable library.
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Weekly Polling Roundups

EPC staff send out weekly emails summarizing relevant polling data for the environmental community. These weekly roundups are archived here.
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EPC Memos & Decks

As needed for our members and the community writ large, EPC staff compiles summaries of polling on specific topics and audiences of interest. You can browse our past memos and decks here.
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Briefings & Webinars

The EPC hosts regular briefings and webinars, including quarterly community-wide poll briefings to share out timely research findings and Polling 101 webinars for environmental advocates. Search our past webinar and briefings recordings and decks here.
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Consultations

The EPC provides guidance and advice on a range of polling-related topics – anything from understanding how to incorporate polling data into a campaign to providing feedback on polling plans and questionnaires.
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Membership

Access to certain EPC services, such as the library of non-public polling documents shared by EPC member organizations, requires official membership in the consortium. Find out how to become a member.
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Latest Resources

The EPC’s latest collection of weekly polling roundups, memos, decks, and other resources. Updated every week.

View Environmental Polling Roundup – May 17, 2024
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Environmental Polling Roundup – May 17, 2024

HEADLINES Navigator – Voters rank oil and gas as the country’s greediest industry, and continue to blame oil and gas companies more than anyone else …

View Environmental Polling Roundup – May 10, 2024
David Gold

Environmental Polling Roundup – May 10, 2024

This post includes climate and environment headlines, data points, and key takeaways from recent public polling – including new polling on Americans’ climate attitudes and the Inflation Reduction Act.

View Environmental Polling Roundup – May 3, 2024
David Gold

Environmental Polling Roundup – May 3, 2024

This post includes climate and environment headlines, data points, and key takeaways from recent public polling and research – including new polling on polluter accountability, Big Oil misinformation, climate resilience, and the Inflation Reduction Act.

View Environmental Polling Roundup – April 26, 2024
David Gold

Environmental Polling Roundup – April 26, 2024

This post includes climate and environment headlines, data points, and key takeaways from recent public polling and research – including new polling on climate action, the Biden administration’s climate and environmental record, extreme weather, and Americans’ top environmental priorities.

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Become an EPC member

Access to certain EPC services, such as the library of non-public polling documents shared by EPC member organizations, requires official membership in the consortium.

If you’d like to become a member and have access to all of our data, analysis, and other resources, please contact us.