Fracking protests hit UK public support for shale gas

Guardian: Protests against fracking by thousands of people in Sussex over the summer appear to have reversed the growth in British public support for shale gas for the first time. Polling by the University of Nottingham has shown support for shale gas extraction in the UK steadily rising for more than a year, peaking at 61% in favour in July. But that number fell in September, to 55%. In August, more than 2,000 people marched against fracking at an oil drilling site run by Cuadrilla near the village......

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