I think the perception may largely have to do with the political policy in the South. There are definitive Environmental movements throughout the whole of the United States, but it is a movement generally identified with more liberal view point. The depiction of the South as largely conservative (which, being from Florida – I can attest that this is not always the case) may result in it’s alienation from environmental causes in the public’s perception.
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