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Advances in hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking, have revolutionized America’s energy landscape. However, most Americans are so uninformed about the practice that they don’t have an opinion on it according to a new study.

The study, titled “American perceptions of hydraulic fracturing” and produced by scholars at George Mason University, Oregon State, and Yale University, is based on responses to questions from the biennial Climate Change in the American Mind survey.

Although the issue is of critical importance for US and even international energy, economic, and environmental policy, most Americans don’t have a clue about it.