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    Thursday, October 27, 2016

    How Much Millennials Care About Climate

    Millennials’ Strong Views on Climate Change and Other Energy Issues Could Drive Presidential Election Results

    October 27, 2016 (University of Texas)

    “A mounting perception that climate change is occurring could play a role in deciding the upcoming presidential election, particularly if significant numbers of younger Americans turn out to vote…More than 9 out of 10 survey respondents (91 percent) under age 35 say climate change is occurring, compared with 74 percent of those age 65 or older…Overall, 79 percent of respondents share that view — the highest percentage since [this] survey began tracking responses to the question more than four years ago — and 12 percent say climate change is not occurring, down from 16 percent in February…The survey shows that large majorities of Americans hold the view that climate change is occurring, regardless of political affiliation, gender, ethnicity and age…” click here for more

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