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XL, Or No XL? Public Comments End With Poll Surprise

Oil companies have spent a fortune on public relations for Keystone XL, and now it's paying off.
XL, Or No XL? Public Comments End With Poll Surprise

Via Planetsave:

Laying a pipeline across agricultural land (photo: eponline.com).

Friday afternoon, and officials at the State Department are probably breathing a huge sigh of relief. The official public comment period on the northern extension of the $5.4 billion Keystone XL pipeline expired today. And the unofficial public comment that’s making the news is today’s release of a new Washington Post-ABC News poll that has proponents of the pipeline winning over protesters by a margin of at least two and a half to one, counting sampling error.

Perhaps the most egregious error the poll respondents have made c...

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