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Poll reveals economic concerns outweigh climate issues in voter priorities

Poll reveals economic concerns outweigh climate issues in voter priorities

A recent poll suggests that emphasizing economic benefits, such as reduced energy costs, may be a more effective campaign strategy than focusing on climate change.

Scott Waldman reports for E&E News.

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Biden needs young voters. Can his climate policy rally them?

Young people helped deliver victories for Democrats in the last two election cycles, motivated by issues like climate change, abortion rights and gun control. But Biden risks losing some of those voters — not to Trump, his likely opponent, but to disaffection.

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Maine voters, seething over electric bills, to vote on power company takeover

Maine voters are joining a burgeoning national movement of consumers frustrated with power companies that they feel are unaccountable to ratepayers.

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3 ways to tell if a candidate is serious about climate change

There are lots of factors to consider when choosing who to vote for in an election. But if you're a voter who's concerned about climate change, here’s how to pick the candidate who will be most effective in addressing it.
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Mayors want to fight climate change, but fear losing their jobs

Many mayors want to take forceful steps to combat climate change — like banning gas stoves or leaf blowers — but fear such moves would be political poison, a new poll shows.

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Many voters are worried about climate change, but it's not top of mind in Wisconsin's US Senate race

Wisconsin voters say they’re concerned about climate change — but the issue is far from the forefront of issues in Wisconsin’s U.S. Senate race.
Democrats to spend millions on climate ads before November

Democrats to spend millions on climate ads before November

They hope the issue will persuade crucial voters after the Inflation Reduction Act.
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