Seven in 10 registered voters in the U.S. want the government to do something about climate change. About the same number agree that climate action will be good for business, jobs, and the economy.
Those are among the findings from a new survey of voters taken by ClimateNexus, the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication and Georgetown University’s Center for Climate Change Communication.
The survey precedes two candidate forums on climate change and the United Nations Climate Summit later this month. Full survey results with additional charts are here.
This post also contains a new graphic from PoliticoPro, summarizing the climate positions of the current field of Democratic presidential candidates. A full-size version of the chart is here.