Pickens Plan Survey

Over the last couple of weeks, we asked our readers whether they supported the Pickens Plan to achieve energy independence. And, here are the final results:

  • 95% YES (902 votes)
  • <1% NO (8 votes)
  • 4% Partially Support (34 votes)
  • <1% Undecided (2 votes)

Based on these results, our readers overwhelmingly support the Pickens Plan.

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7 thoughts on “Pickens Plan Survey

  1. The members of the Pickens Plan are pleased that so many ACI Members support the Pickens Plan.

    We would be grateful if you would help T. Boone Pickens’ Energy Independence Plan to reduce our foreign oil dependence by at least 30% within ten years.

    Please join us as a supporter at

    http://action.pickensplan.com/taf/.

    Jim Maher
    Pickens Plan District Leader
    Illinois 11th Congressional District

  2. Build baby build supports the PickensPlan through the development of a distributed network of community-scale renewable energy facilities. Only through a distributed network will demonstrate success in the short-term. And only through the vocal and visible support of leaders and supporters in thier communities will development projects move ahead.

    Please come visit us at http://www.buildbabybuild.net

  3. I OFFER MY SUPPORT TO PICKEN’S PLAN–IT IS TIME FOR US TO TAKE CONTROL OVER OUR DESTINY AND NOT LIVING IT IN OPEC’S HANDS. AND SINCE THE REPUBLICANS ALL THEY CARE ABOUT IS REPEALING THE OBAMACARE , THE DEMOCRATS SHOULD TAKE THE INITIATIVE TO HELP THE AMERICAN PEOPLE FROM HAVING TO CHOOSE BETWEEN OIL AND LIVES NECCESSITIES.

  4. It seems to me,since we have unlimited natural gas under the United States. Let’s start with the Big truck lines, retro- fitting the big 16 wheelers. Then the Airlines, then all trucks, & rvs. then our cars. IT MAY BE COSTLY, BUT SO IS $4.00 A GAL OF GASOLINE.

  5. We really want OFF “ALL” fossil fuels. We don’t want just “American” generated oil & gas…
    We want our energy to come from these sources, with emphasis on renewable energies clean natural gas NOT generated from fossil fuels.which will benefit our economy & our appetite for energy.

  6. Blow the Poppy fields and leave
    Afganistan!Bring troops home, fortify our borders, it is track every gun that is produced (don’t tell me it’s impossible, not true), stop playing politics and lets do this!

  7. Somehow, I’m not clever enough to figure out how, we have to convince the trucking companies to lobby, or is that a bad word, Washington to seriously look into switching to natural gas to fuel their fleets. Obviously it burns cleaner, would be cheaper, would decrease maintenance costs due to less lubticating oil (synthetic) contamination, would eventually eliminate fuel storage and many other good reasons. Or MAYBE we have to march on Washington. Hell! Everybody else is doing it. If we could get enough natural gas fueled vehicles, cars, busses, trucks and maybe even some airplanes??, to participate I’m sure we could make some impact. Something BIG has to happen to get some attention paid to it. Personally? I hope gasoline goes up to $20 a gallon. THEN we’d get some attention!

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