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New Mexico Report

Voters in the Land of Enchantment truly do seem spellbound by the state. They cite the environment and the healthy, outdoor lifestyle as the most significant factors why they choose to live and stay there. New Mexico voters also frequently take advantage of the public lands in the West, with over half saying they have visited public lands six or more times in the last year.

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Conservation in the West Poll New Mexico Press Release- February 10th, 2015

Excerpt from New Mexico Report:

"Clear majorities of New Mexico voters say clean air, clean water and the environment (66% significant factor) and the healthy, outdoor lifestyle (57% significant factor) are two of the primary reasons they have decided to live and stay there. One half (50%) of voters also say the cost of living is a significant factor for them." 

 

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