Voters Running on Empty When it Comes to Energy - C&A InfoGraphic

Oct 15, 2012, 16:45 ET from Cassidy & Associates

WASHINGTON, Oct. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Do voters know the difference between renewable energy and a fossil fuel? A new InfoGraphic out today from Cassidy & Associates shows that Americans might be Running on Empty when it comes to basic facts relating to energy and illustrates clear partisan perspectives on its production.


"There's no election season gimmickry here. This should be a splash of cold water reality to boardrooms across America especially as Washington looks to smarter energy investments that deliver the best results for tax-payer dollars," Cassidy & Associates CEO Gerry Cassidy noted when posting news of the new InfoGraphic to his LinkedIn profile

The new C&A InfoGraphic and related promo Running on Empty, pulls together for the first time information gathered from studies and polls from nonpartisan and respected organizations like Public Agenda and the Associated Press.

Cassidy added, "The uncertainty of understanding beyond the Beltway on this, and other priority issues, should be an abrupt reminder that managing your Washington risk has never been more important and the only successful way to do that is to be fully engaged in the public policy process."

The InfoGraphic is part of C&A's recently launched digital campaign, The Determined Difference, which includes episodic online videos, issue InfoGraphics and other resources demonstrating the breadth of experience and capabilities of the firm's public policy experts.

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