Conservative New Hampshire and South Carolina voters respond positively to climate policies

Organization: NRDC

NRDC and the League of Conservation Voters commissioned American Viewpoint to interview 400 Republican voters in each state about their energy and climate policy preferences. Their responses showed that, contrary to popular belief, many conservative voters support climate policy. WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE A LOOK With the announcement of the Clean Power Plan and the...
The surveys of views on environmental regulations in five key electoral and presidential battleground states were conducted December 9-16, 2014 among likely 2016 voters in five states: Colorado, Florida, Maine, New Hampshire and Virginia.
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