Most Voters Support the Fight Against Global Warming

Publication: U.S. News & World Report

Author: Kent Garber


05/15/2009 - As House Democratic leaders try to cobble together a coalition on climate change legislation, a poll released this week suggests that most voters support their general efforts.

The poll, conducted by the Mellman Group, a Democratic firm, and released by the Pew Environmental Group, finds that 77 percent of voters favor action "to reduce global warming emissions" and that only 22 percent of voters say they would view members of Congress less favorably "if they support a comprehensive plan to create clean energy jobs and fight global warming."

Read the full article Most Voters Support the Fight Against Global Warming on U.S. News & World Report's Web site.

Pew is no longer active in this line of work, but for more information, visit the main Pew Campaign on Global Warming page.

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