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Infographic: It Ain’t Easy Bein’ GREEN

Posted by Infra on Friday, April 22nd, 2016

Infographic: Who's Really Living Green?

By a wide margin, most Americans consider themselves to be environmentally conscious. But when it comes to walking the walk, some are more environmentally responsible than others.

With the hottest year on record behind us, January and February a warm memory and Earth Day right around the corner, we decided to gauge American attitudes on being environmentally responsible at home. In an online survey conducted in March 2016 by Harris Poll on behalf of Trulia, we asked more than 2,000 Americans about what they thought were the best ways to live green.

The good news is that 79% of Americans agree that they consider themselves an environmentally conscious person, and only 6% strongly disagree with that statement. But as it turns out, it ain’t easy bein’ green. Only 26% of Americans say that they actually consider the environment in their daily actions beyond recycling and turning off the lights. Moreover, people have widely varying opinions on what’s the best way to reduce their home’s carbon footprint. When they do agree, it’s not always on the highest impact methods.

– Read more on the Trulia Blog: It Ain’t Easy Bein’ GREEN

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