The release of C3 Action’s poll was covered in The Washinton Examiner.
CONSERVATIVE GROUP POLL FINDS GOP SUPPORT FOR CLIMATE MEASURES: A new survey found strong Republican and bipartisan support for fiscally responsible climate measures in three battleground states.
The poll was conducted by conservative climate group C3 Action, and surveyed voters in Arizona, Georgia, and Michigan. Among their findings:
Just 14% of Republican voters believe climate change is not happening, and most Republicans said they prefer candidates who propose climate solutions.
The poll also found majority-Democrat support for center-right climate preferences: Roughly 71% of Democrats said they support the “all of the above” strategy to adopting clean energy alternatives, while 68% said they support nuclear energy.
Two-thirds of all voters said they support streamlining regulations to speed up deployment of new clean energy technology. Meanwhile, votes from both parties prefer to finance clean energy research through spending offsets—49%— over borrowing—13%— or tax increases (9%).
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