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Voters Said They're Worried About the Climate. Many Voted for Trump Anyway

22 days ago   |   By The New Republic

Early Tuesday night, Fox News gave progressive viewers rare cause for optimism. Exit polls , the network reported, had found that 70 percent of voters support increased government spending on green and renewable energy. 72 percent were somewhat or very concerned about the effects of climate change. It tracked with polling done just before election day, which found that the more ambitious green planks of Joe Biden's platform, put there thanks in large part by pressure from his left, are broadly popular. The numbers were particularly notable for being publicized on Fox News, renowned home of...
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