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Polls Show Democrats Want Candidates Prioritizing Climate Change

As the spring primary approaches, new polling suggests Democrats running for president should prioritize climate change and the environment.

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Addressing Climate Change is Top Issue For Democratic Primary Voters in Colorado, Michigan, & Wisconsin

New 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 »

League of Conservation Voters

Climate polling in Iowa

Interesting piece of the latest @DMRegister/@CNN Iowa Poll. Climate change and health care are tied for the top issue likely Dem caucusgoers say is ‘extremely important.’ Impeachment much lower down on the list.

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Iowa Democrats say Climate change is a top issue

Climate change remains a top issue for Democratic primary voters, especially in Iowa where they’re experiencing the impacts of extreme weather.

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New Georgia Poll: Majority of Voters Believe Climate Issues are Important

“Not only do Georgia Democrats overwhelmingly support moving to 100% clean energy by 2050, 83% of African American voters also believe that the environment and climate change are important issues,” said Brionté McCorkle, Director of Georgia Conservation Voters.

League of Conservation Voters

Polling on climate change

Health care is the most important issue to 28 percent of likely Democratic primary voters [in New Hampshire], with climate change at 25 percent and the economy at 12 percent.

QU Poll

Voters Want Presidential Action on Climate—With or Without Congressional Support

A new poll shows that most Americans think a president should go big on global warming.

Mother Jones

Polling Memo: Climate Executive Orders

As gridlock becomes the norm in Congress, the executive branch is an increasingly appealing vehicle for climate policy. We explore public opinion about a wide range of possible executive orders to reduce carbon emissions. We find that these executive orders have broad public support; voters remain supportive even after hearing Republican arguments against executive action.

Data For Progress

Polling on climate change

The most important issue in deciding who to support is health care, say 34 percent of likely [Iowa] caucus- goers, followed by climate change at 24 percent, the economy at 11 percent, and foreign policy and education each receiving 8 percent.

QU Poll

Over 70% Of NH Residents Support Move To 100% Clean Energy

Two exclusive questions fielded for LCV in the University of New Hampshire’s Fall 2019 Granite State Poll found that the vast majority of New Hampshire residents support a move to 100% clean energy by 2050 and that many self-identified New Hampshire Democrats and Independents don’t think the presidential candidates are talking about climate change enough … Continue reading "https://www.lcv.org/article/exclusive-unh-lcv-poll-70-nh-residents-support-move-100-clean-energy/"

League of Conservation Voters

Majority of Floridians recognize climate change as a threat, FAU poll says

More than two thirds of Florida adults consider climate change a threat to future generations and say state and local governments should do more to address it, according to a poll released Monday by Florida Atlantic University.

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Poll: Joe Biden beats Democrat rivals on every key election issue except climate change

Across the six policy areas covered by the CNN and SSRS poll—the economy, health care, immigration, the climate crisis, foreign policy, and gun policy—it was only on the climate crisis that Biden did not have a lead.

Newsweek

Climate tweets

In the @CBSNews poll 79% said a candidate’s position on #ClimateChange is “very important” to them. At tonight’s #DemDebate the moderators did not ask a question about the climate change. 19 minutes were spent on the topic “Unlikely friendships”

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