Americans know few details about the country's energy issues, including oil and natural gas production trends as well as energy-related policies, a survey from the University of Texas at Austin found. "That's troubling because people on any side of the debate can say anything, and if folks don't know the reality, they accept it," said John Felmy, the American Petroleum Institute's chief economist. "And that's one of the reasons why we spend so much time in advertising and educational outreach," he said.

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