Q. Do you think that coal generation with 100% “capture and storage”, where carbon emissions from burning coal are captured and stored underground, should be considered a “low emission” energy source under a low emissions target?
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27% thought carbon capture and storage technology (CCS) should be considered as a “low emission” energy source under a low emissions target, and 29% did not.
Those most likely to think CCS should be considered a low emission energy source were Liberal/National voters (36%), men (33%) and those aged 65+ (33%).
Those most likely to think CCS should not be considered a low emission energy source were Greens voters (55%), 18-24 year olds (37%), and South Australians (35%).
The largest proportion (44%) did not know if CCS should be considered a low emission source.
Two Party Preferred: 14 May 2019
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