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Gallup poll: Only 17% of respondents described climate change as ‘extremely important’ – ‘Lowest number for all the issues’

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People under age 35 who voted in 2012 cite climate change as a top concern, according to a poll conducted by Benson Strategy Group in conjunction with the League of Conservation Voters last year. Of those polled, 55 percent said climate change is an issue that must be addressed immediately and an additional 11 percent said it’s a problem to address in the years ahead.

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