Ecoright News: Florida GOP voters want climate action

  • Published on March 30th, 2020

A survey commissioned by our friend at the Alliance for Market Solutions (AMS) found that 61 percent of Republican voters in Florida want the country to adopt a “balanced” approach to fighting climate change that considers both environmental and economic impacts, compared with 29 percent who said climate change is not real.

Florida voters want climate action - ecoright news

By Chelsea Henderson
EcoRight News/ RepublicEN

“The poll clearly shows that voters of both parties want to see their elected officials address climate change,” Alex Flint, AMS’s executive director, told E&E News. “Florida is key not just to Florida politicians, but also because it is a presidential swing state that could determine the presidential election outcome in November.”

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(Re-posted from RepublicEN, an organization committed to growing U.S. conservative climate leadership.)

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