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Only 2% Of Voters In US Election Thought Environment or Global Warming an Issue
Natura Naturans
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01-30-2018 06:58 AM

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Only 2% Of Voters In US Election Thought Environment or Global Warming an Issue
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Two of the nation’s leading pollsters released polling results with strategies to elevate conservation issues in the 2018 midterms while conceding policies like climate change and public lands were low priorities for voters in the 2016 presidential election.

Lori Weigel, a Republican pollster from Public Opinion Strategies, and Dave Metz of Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz & Associates, a Democratic pollster, offered analysis on polling they conducted on behalf of the Colorado College State of the Rockies Project. The poll’s results appeared to show a strong voter preference against actions and policies undertaken by the Trump administration since early 2017.

Both pollsters admitted that issues broadly defined within the conservation sphere—including climate change or public lands policies—did not resonate with the vast majority of voters polled, with just 2 percent naming environmental concerns as having an effect on their 2016 vote.

When the pollsters asked people to rank the issues that are most important to their votes, Metz said, “conservation issues, even though we ask them they say, ‘yeah that matters to me,’ they’re not top of mind. It’s not the first thing they think of.”

Wow, the Demonrats harp on an issue no one cares about. How do they think they can win on that?

http://westernwire.net/outdoor-industry-...-election/

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RE: Only 2% Of Voters In US Election Thought Environment or Global Warming an Issue
when it comes down to it.. jobs, pay, healthcare, doctors, Policing, schools etc will always lead in voter decisions.. those who fail to see what people care about are liable to not do as well as those that do..
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