A new statewide survey conducted by Fallon Research concluded that nearly 80 percent of Ohio voters “support laws requiring Ohio to produce a portion of its electricity from clean energy sources, finding sources like wind and solar power particularly important.” The poll also determined that 65.5 percent of Ohioans support Ohio’s Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard (AEPS); 58.5 percent would be willing to increase their electricity bills from $100 to $103 in order to buy more electricity from clean energy sources like wind and solar; and 73.2 percent support increasing the number of wind farms in Ohio. For more, including a link to the poll’s key findings, read this press release from the American Wind Energy Association.