As President Donald J. Trump announced the withdrawal of participation by the United States in the Paris climate accord, he claimed his decision was in service of people in a number of midwestern states, saying

It is time to put Youngstown, Ohio, Detroit, Michigan, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, along with many, many other locations within our great country, before Paris, France.

However, VOP’s recent survey on U.S. energy policy found support for U.S. participation in the Paris agreement, among 71 percent of Americans overall, including 66 percent in Ohio, 68 percent in Michigan, and 74 percent in Pennsylvania. These responses came after hearing strongly-stated arguments that highlighted potential costs as well as arguments in favor.

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