Grand Canyon state voters have a great appreciation for public lands; believe they contribute to the state’s economy and quality of life.
Arizonans’ Connection to Conservation:
- A solid majority (58%) of Arizona voters say they are conservationists. This view crosses party lines, with majorities of Republicans, Independents, and Democrats considering themselves conservationist.
- Arizona voters like being outside. A majority (56%) hike regularly, and 44% are regular campers. One third (33%) of voters are hunters or anglers.
- Sixty-five percent (65%) of voters in the state plan to visit a national park this year.
- Voters in Arizona are worried that children do not spend enough time in the outdoors. An overwhelming majority (86%) say this is a problem, with more than half (52%) saying it is an extremely serious or very serious problem.
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