Ecoright News: Florida GOP voters want climate action
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.
“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.”
"More than half of voters in a new poll of the key swing state Florida say Trump is not doing enough to address climate change." Read more about the poll we commissioned here: https://t.co/zJfLhmXJTr
— AMSResearchOrg (@AMSResearchOrg) March 24, 2020
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(Re-posted from RepublicEN, an organization committed to growing U.S. conservative climate leadership.)