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@9XDQQBSDemocrat from Texas answered…2wks

It is good because of the resources we can use from it, but bad because it can cause minor earthquakes and water polution.

@9X29MYJWomen’s Equality from Minnesota answered…3wks

@9WXB2JHDemocrat from Georgia answered…4wks

Yes, but only until we develop more sustainable energy sources.

@9VGHRL7Libertarian from Iowa answered…4mos

Yes and no. Yes, due to the amount of energy can be gained and no due to damage to the environment. I would no longer support fracking until a more sustainable energy source can prove to be better than fracking.

@9VBXT6PTranshumanist from Iowa answered…4mos

@9Q428BWDemocrat from Wisconsin answered…11mos

@9PZGX76Peace and Freedom from Wisconsin answered…11mos

@9PT6P3TIndependent from Vermont answered…12mos

Yes, but increase oversight and pursue more research needed to measure the long term effects as well as other sustainable energy resources.

@9PJZFC4Veteran from Texas answered…12mos

@9N6ZDN2Veteran from New York answered…12mos

Yes, until alternative/renewable energy sources overtake the production of fracking.

@9MYF7DCIndependent from North Carolina answered…12mos

Yes, with increased oversight, not in heavily populated areas. Diversify energy resources.

@9MV4HTSVeteran from Oregon answered…12mos

Yes, but work toward reducing our reliance on fracking by investing in alternative energy sources

@9M8VGVJVeteran from Illinois answered…12mos

Yes, but there should be more testing and research to measure long term effects.

@9MP2TGVVeteran from Indiana answered…12mos

Yes, But in must be phased out as Natural Gas is a good Transition Fuel

@9M92Z37Democrat from Pennsylvania answered…12mos

No, we should pursue more sustainable energy resources instead but also put more research into the long term effects of fracking.

@9M5Z995Green from Minnesota answered…12mos

No, fracking should be banned a more sustainable solution should be found since we do not know the long-term effects of fracking will cause.

@9M2Q7Y8Women’s Equality from California answered…12mos

Yes, but we should heavily consider phasing out the industry in order to help prevent dangerous climate change.

@9LR2D6CProgressivefrom Guam  answered…12mos

@9LN88W8Democrat from North Carolina answered…12mos

We need to phase it out but until we have better infrastructure it should stay.

@9LHRXWPDemocrat from Massachusetts answered…12mos

Fracking shouldn’t be allowed on National land and that land should not be taken by the Gov for any reason it is set aside for the people of this country and should be left alone

@9L9PJ6DDemocrat from Illinois answered…12mos

No, we should do more research to measure the long term effects of fracking and find an alternative and more sustainable energy source if we were to transition away from hydraulic fracking.

@9L8QNKPLibertarian from New Jersey answered…12mos

@9L7PNCQDemocrat from New York answered…12mos

I don’t have enough information on this topic, in order to give an opinion.

@9L5Q7TQWomen’s Equality from Alabama answered…12mos

yes, but we need to research ways to prevent it to cause pollution.

@9L5GD2HWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…12mos

Yes, but keep looking for more ways to extract oil and natural gases in a safer way.

@9L4MJ2TWomen’s Equality from Ohio answered…12mos

Yes, but as long as alternative sustainable energy sources are being pursued

@9L48HLHConstitution from Virginia answered…12mos

Yes, for the short term untilmore sustainable long term solutions are in place.

@9L47QLTPeace and Freedom from Maine answered…12mos

@9L42D38Constitution from Georgia answered…12mos

Yes but More regulation to make it safer And not in high populated areas

@9L3L74TRepublican from New York answered…12mos

Yes, so long as the landowner permits fracking on their land

@9L3B2ZJPeace and Freedom from Oklahoma answered…12mos

@9L38Q63Progressive from New Jersey answered…12mos

No, I don't support it, but for political reasons, democratic candidates must support in at the moment in order to win PA.

@9L2SXY4Women’s Equality from Ohio answered…12mos

Need to phase it out as we transition to sustainable energy sources

@9L2KGCFDemocrat from California answered…12mos

it’s good in a way but to be honest i don’t really know about that so i should care about it

@9L2C4LWLibertarian from Florida answered…12mos

No, but I don’t believe the government has the right to ban it

@9KZR4VHGreen from South Carolina answered…12mos

Yes but not in heavily populated areas AND with more oversight AND with push for long term committment to sustainable energy

@9KZJ6JDWorking Family from Washington answered…12mos

@9KX34JDWomen’s Equality from Indiana answered…12mos

Yes, as long as we find a solution to make sure that this process isn't contaminating ground water. If we can not figure out a solution this process will only be in a non-polluted environment where it cannot hurt nor affect any living thing.

@9KY6KCHConstitution from California answered…12mos

@9KXZG2FWorking Family from Colorado answered…12mos

@9KXWWC9Independence from Iowa answered…12mos

@9KXMPYGConstitution from Arizona answered…12mos

I don’t agree with it but our country’s economy isn’t in a place to be able to safely switch over to renewable energy

@9KWSDJNTranshumanist from New Jersey answered…12mos

Yes continue fracking with Caution, but research the long term effects of fracking while we still get oil.

@9KW943KDemocrat from North Carolina answered…12mos

Yes, but increase oversight and direct resources toward finding cleaner sources.

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