COMPAS Poll/Survey
Feb 27, 2012
 

Second of Two Part Series on Obama's Budget and Petroleum Strategy, Part 2 on Energy Strategy

Obama's Energy Strategy-Rejection of Keystone Pipeline a Temporary Expedient; President Criticized for Energy Policy

  Weekly CEO/Business Leader Poll by COMPAS in Canadian Business
 
Categories:  
Policy and Opinion
Consumer and Lifestyle
Business and Finance
From the CEOs and business leaders on the COMPAS business panel, President Obama earns a bare passing grade for his encouragement of natural gas production and a failing grade for insufficiently cutting reliance on overseas oil (table 2a). His role in cancelling the Keystone pipeline is perceived as a temporary expedient til the next election (table 2b).

By a 2:1 ratio, panelists do not give the President credit to a reduced reliance on foreign energy sources (table 2c). These are the key findings from this past week's Internet survey of CEOs and business leaders on the COMPAS panel. The weekly business survey is undertaken for Canadian Business magazine.

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