The Hill- Poll: Majority of Americans oppose big trucks

by Mallory Shelbourne | January 23, 2018
A majority of American voters are opposed to big trucks, according to a new survey.

A majority of American voters are opposed to big trucks, according to a new survey.

Seventy-nine percent of respondents in a poll from the Coalition Against Bigger Trucks (CABT) said they are against “longer and heavier trucks” operating on the road.

The survey, which was conducted by Harper Polling, found that 79 percent of voters say crash rates are a reason to resist big trucks.

“This nationwide poll illustrates that motorists clearly do not want to be flanked by longer or heavier tractor trailers on the highway, and that goes for Republicans and Democrats alike,” Brock McCleary, the president of Harper Polling, said in a statement.
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