16 Aug '12, 9pm

Oil and gas the least popular (and richest, and most dangerous) industry of all

Oil and gas the least popular (and richest, and most dangerous) industry of all

Even Congress is more popular than the oil and gas industry By Philip Bump There is nothing more to say about Gallup’s latest survey of the popularity of business sectors than this: oil and gas is the least popular industry in America. Click to embiggen. Industries that people like better than oil and gas: Accounting Pharmaceuticals Electric companies Bankers! Lawyers!! Airlines!!! You’re OK, America. You’re gonna be just fine. More popular than Exxon, unsurprisingly. Philip Bump writes about the news for Gristmill. He also uses Twitter a whole lot. Read more: Climate & Energy Also in Grist Please enable JavaScript to see recommended stories Please enable JavaScript to view the comments.

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