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National Poll Shows Hunters & Anglers Support Conservation

Posted by David Nickum on July 31, 2017 in Conservation, Legislation and Advocacy, Press/PR, Water Quality

Our partners at the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership recently released results from a nationwide survey of hunters and anglers on key conservation issues. The results show that sportsmen and women care deeply about habitat quality and public lands, and on a bipartisan basis – a perspective that hopefully will inform the Trump Administration and decision-makers in Congress as they take up issues affecting water quality, public lands, and conservation funding.

A few of the key findings in the survey include:

You can click below to visit TRCP’s interactive page with details from the survey, including downloadable PDF summaries on different survey topics.

TRCP National Sportsmen’s Survey

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