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Green 2.0 releases national poll on voters of color and climate change


Green 2.0, a grantee partner of Kresge’s Environment Program, has released its Nationwide Voters of Color Polling Results on Climate Change. This first-of-its-kind poll captures how voters are moved by issues such as diversity in environmental groups, candidates addressing climate change, how voters see climate change impacting their communities and more. The poll found 62% of voters of color are more likely to support candidates who prioritize climate action, climate change has broken through as a top-tier issue on par with abortion/reproductive rights and gun violence, and that a majority of voters believe that organizations working to address climate change should be racially and ethnically diverse.

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