The environmental advocacy organization The Sierra Club has just completed the first national poll that gauges Hispanic opinion on energy issues that have dominated the national spotlight in the last year.
The poll surveyed 1000 Hispanics nationwide, spanning all acculturation and language levels. Deputy Press Secretary Oliver Bernstein told Portada that the poll over-sampled in certain states where the Sierra Club has been more active, to measure the results of their efforts.
The Sierra Club is hosting a teleconference for this Wednesday to announce the findings of the poll, which will be hosted by Sergio Bendixen, pollster with Bendixen & Associates.
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