The Potential Impact of Global Warming on the 2012 Presidential Election

Sep 7, 2012 | All Categories, Reports

A new national survey of Americans finds that among likely voters, 11% remain undecided about their vote for president. These “Undecideds” are much more similar to likely Obama voters than likely Romney voters across a range of climate change and energy-related beliefs, attitudes and policy preferences. The majority of these undecided voters also say that the presidential candidates’ positions on global warming will be one of several important factors determining how they cast their votes on November 6, suggesting that candidates may wish to communicate and clarify their position on climate change as election day approaches… Download the Report Here.