Wow, did we really leave that poll up for 4 months?

When the year is new, you never know what people are going to do. We asked you what your priorities were for 2009, and the results were interesting. At first, supporting the local economy had a strong lead, but in the end, 43% of respondents were going to start the year off rocking reusable bags. Another 28% were focused on consuming less and buying local – one of my personal goals for 2009.

We’re pleased to see that 7%  of you were going to install something solar – hopefully that number will increase in 2010. I was actually surprised that only 1% were looking for an alternative energy vehicle – maybe our readers already own Priuses?

Please take our new Summer action poll on the right. The results for the First Green Project poll are after the jump.

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