Clemson students support coal electricity by 70%

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from CFACT,

at Clemson University in South Carolina, where CFACT activists surveyed 985 students and asked them: “Do you support the use of coal to power electricity in South Carolina?”

A whopping 70% of students said “yes” they support the use of coal (69.95% to be exact).

This result flies in the face of those who would say that young people are opposed to the use of fossil fuels to power our society going forward. Based off CFACT’s survey, ill-advised attempts to go “Net Zero” by the Left to eliminate fossil fuels from our energy grid is clearly not supported by college students in South Carolina.

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