Democratic Voters Name Climate Change a Top Concern

A new poll from The Wall Street Journal and NBC News finds that 15 percent of Democratic voters named climate change as the most important issue facing the country. That was the third most common response among Democrats, behind jobs and health care.

This marks a potentially major shift in public opinion (if it turns out the WSJ/NBC poll isn’t an outlier — a Gallup poll from last year found that even Democrats are less likely to name climate change a top issue than economic or national security concerns).

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