United Kingdom: Fracking splits public opinion down the middle, ICM poll finds

Guardian: David Cameron is likely to face resistance from voters if he aggressively pursues fracking for shale gas, new polling by the Guardian indicates. Four in 10 people would welcome hydraulic fracturing - used to extract hard-to-reach natural gas - in their local area but just as many people would oppose it, a national ICM survey commissioned by the Guardian has found. About a fifth of voters are undecided. Worryingly for Cameron, the research suggests that undecided voters could harden against......

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