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Green New Deal Stats

The Green New Deal is a radical proposal introduced by Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Edward Markey, which aims to transition America to a zero-emissions energy economy in the next ten years. According to an outline and FAQ sheet released by Rep. Ocasio-Cortez’s office, here’s how that would be accomplished:

❌ Eliminate 8,072,700+ energy sector jobs across the country

❌ Use taxpayer dollars to upgrade “all existing buildings” with “state-of-the-art energy efficiency technology”

❌ Subsidize anyone “unable or unwilling” to work

The Green New Deal also seeks to implement a single-payer health care system, phase out air travel, and “build charging stations everywhere.” An analysis from American Action Forum revealed the total cost of the Green New Deal could be up to $93 trillion.

Green New Deal Polls

The Green New Deal resolution introduced in 2019 by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Edward Markey is deeply unpopular among the American people. According to a poll conducted by The Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation, the more Americans knew about the proposal, the more strongly they opposed it.

Of those who said they had heard at least ‘a good amount’ about the Green New Deal, nearly 6 in 10 opposed it. Among all adults, 20 percent supported it, while 20 percent were opposed and the rest said they did not know enough to have an opinion.The Washington Post

That sentiment has been a recurring theme in other polls conducted on the Green New Deal:

Two-thirds of voters say they view the recently introduced Green New Deal being advocated by progressive lawmakers as “largely socialist,” according to a new Hill-HarrisX poll.The Hill

Yale and George Mason University survey shows that political views of the Green New Deal have splintered along partisan lines as its name recognition has increased.Axios

An exclusive New Hampshire Journal poll asked local voters how much more per month they are willing to pay in their utility bills ‘to achieve the goals of the Green New Deal.’ The top answer: None.New Hampshire Journal

Attempting to pass the so-called Green New Deal in Congress could hold political peril for the Democratic Party in 2020, a new IBD/TIPP Poll suggests. Among those queried by the poll, 43% said they would be ‘less likely to vote for’ a candidate who supported the Green New Deal, or GND. Just 30% said they would be “more likely” to do so.Investor’s Business Daily

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