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Majority of Young Conservatives Believe in Climate Change, New Poll

A new analysis by the Pew Research Center suggests that young conservatives are increasingly likely to believe that climate change is happening. The report, based on on a national survey of more than 10,000 adults nationwide, divided the American public into seven different voting blocs: “steadfast conservatives,” “business conservatives,” “young outsiders,” “hard-pressed skeptics,” “next generation […]

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Only 3% of Youth Are Climate Deniers, Poll Says

A new poll by the League of Conservation Voters shows high levels of support for climate change action amongst young people, regardless of political persuasion.   Conducted July 8-10 with 600 respondents ages 18-34 who voted in the 2012 election, the poll showed climate change as an emergent and important issue amongst young people from […]

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Young Republicans Striving to Gain their Party’s Support on Climate and Energy Reform

A group of young, climate-conscious conservatives have banned together under the title Young Conservatives for Energy Reform (YCER). Their strategy is worth monitoring as we all try to figure out the key to connecting with conservatives on climate. The group says they will not be pushing policy or talking science; their objective is to open […]

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On Energy, Green Issues, Generation Gap Is Pronounced

On Energy, Green Issues, Generation Gap Is Pronounced

Another survey confirms that younger people are more inclined to have a pro-environmental stance than older adults. The Pew Research Center survey reveals that the environmental generation gap is more significant than other issues that divide various demographic groups. 65% of young people (ages 18-29)believe that protecting the environment should be a more important priority […]

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