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New Arizona Poll: Majority of Democratic Primary Voters Believe Climate Issues Are ImportantNew polling shows that the vast majority of Arizona Democratic primary voters (90%) believe environmental and climate issues are important and 86% of Arizona Democratic primary voters say they are more likely to support a candidate who pledges to make climate change a top issue in their administration and prioritize policies to move the United … Continue reading "https://www.lcv.org/article/new-arizona-poll-majority-democratic-primary-voters-believe-climate-issues-important/"
Polling on climateCandidates must discuss climate solutions during tonight’s #DemDebate. 64% of *all* South Carolinians think climate change is a serious problem, with 84% of Democrats seeing it as a serious problem and 71% of Democrats supporting a move to 100% clean energy by 2050. @CVofSC
Polling on climate change43% of Nevada caucus-goers call health care the top issue in their vote, out of four issues tested—with climate change coming in as the second most pressing issue for voters at 26%, per preliminary entrance poll results. https://t.co/E0AUJzGIsb
Voters Really Care About Climate ChangeFor Democrats, climate change is now one of the two most important issues in politics, according to a new poll.
New Poll Shows Climate Change a Defining Issue for Nevada Caucusgoers, Especially LatinosAs national attention turns to Nevada ahead of the state’s February 22 Democratic caucuses, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) and the Nevada Conservation League released results of a new Public Policy Polling poll of Nevada likely Democratic caucusgoers that finds climate change remains a top two issue for Nevada voters. Continued »
Why Latinx Voters Make Nevada the First Climate PrimaryWith the New Hampshire primaries wrapped, all eyes are on Nevada, where the nation’s next presidential caucus is merely 10 days away. It’s the first caucus or primary in a state whose population is mostly people of color, so candidates would be foolish to ignore them—especially if they care about climate change. Climate justice is … Continue reading "https://earther.gizmodo.com/why-latinx-voters-make-nevada-the-first-climate-primary-1841612291"
Climate change among top concerns for Iowa Democratic caucus-goersThe night of the Iowa Democratic caucus ended in chaos and without an announced winner. One thing that is clear: Climate change was a top priority among caucus-goers.
Polling on climate changeAmong those most concerned about climate change, Bernie Sanders and (perhaps surprisingly to some) Pete Buttigieg were the top vote-getters Mayor Pete spent time tying climate change to farming
Memo: Ahead of the Iowa caucuses, climate is the defining issue of 2020As the early states prepare to caucus and vote, it’s worth noting that the climate crisis has consistently been a top tier issue in the polls and on the campaign trail. Indeed, all of the leading Democratic candidates have released comprehensive climate change plans that are based on science, rooted in equity, and prioritize justice. … Continue reading "https://www.lcv.org/article/memo-ahead-iowa-caucuses-climate-defining-issue-2020/"
Addressing Climate Change is Top Issue For Democratic Primary Voters in Colorado, Michigan, & WisconsinNew polling conducted by Andrew Baumann of Global Strategy Group of Democratic primary voters in all three states which found that addressing climate change is a defining policy position in how voters will choose their presidential candidate – tied at the top of the list along with health care across the board. Read more »