Ask an Americans which source of energy he or she associates with Texas, and the answer almost certainly would be oil. With good reason. But, meanwhile, the Lone Star State is far and away the top producer of wind energy.
American voters are eager to “depoliticize” climate change and clean energy, says Kristen Soltis Anderson, one of three leading Republican pollsters who conducted a survey released September 28.
“At the moment some of the louder voices in the party are dominating this debate,” she told The New York Times. “But as we move out of the entertainment phase of the (presidential) campaign and look at more of the policy platforms, there’s a way for Republicans to talk about this that depoliticizes climate.”