, Normington Petts
A poll conducted of Democratic primary voters in California, Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, and South Carolina finds:
- Addressing the climate crisis is a top tier issue for Democratic primary voters, shared only with universal healthcare coverage.
- Taking action on climate change is a key motivating issue for Democratic primary voters in early states.
- Having a plan to address the climate crisis is seen as essential and is a driver of vote choice.
- Both the Green New Deal and Moving to 100% Clean Energy by 2050 are extremely popular ideas among Democratic primary voters in early states.
- Voters believe that candidates who support these solutions to climate change are serious, forward-thinking candidates.