Most California Voters Believe in Need To Combat Climate Change

Published On : 2/25/2013 12:13 PM
By : Amy Quinton
From : CCN
Categories : Local, State

Two in three California voters believe action needs to be taken to prevent global warming. A new Field Poll also shows 70-percent of voters support the California law, known as AB 32, which requires the state to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions. But support for the law has dropped by 9-percent since the question was first posed to voters in 2007. Meanwhile, a plurality of voters say the state is not doing enough to combat climate change.

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