On their 100th anniversary, Grist is exploring America’s national parks and the humans who use them. See the full series.

African-American, Latino, and Asian voters show enormous support for preserving and expanding access to national parks, despite obstacles that prevent them from visiting them. That’s the conclusion of a report released this week by New America Media and the Next 100 Coalition.

The report is built on 900 interviews with registered voters across the country. At a press conference to discuss the report, an audience member asked Anthony Williams, who supervised polling for the survey, why no white people were included in the numbers.