Conservative students joined the CFACT chapter at Texas Tech to host a poll on campus. In an attempt to identify how students felt about the United States’ natural resources, the members posed three separate questions. As each passing student took the poll, their answers were tabulated on the board and by the end, one could note the overwhelming support for REAL Energy solutions.
Although certainly not a scientific determination for how the campus stands as a whole, the almost unanimous support to the positive aspects of REAL energy demonstrate that students are starting to see how much of an effect energy production has on their future.
In addition to just answering the questions that were posed, many of the students engaged in discussion or debate with the members, thrilled at the opportunity to talk about how energy issues have affected them.