Poll: Virginians Say McDonnell/Bolling/Cuccinelli Wrong on Climate & Energy


    Last month was the hottest March on record globally. Here in the mid-Atlantic, a winter that was slightly cooler than normal was followed by a March that broke a record for lack of cold.


    38% give it A or B, down from 45% last year.

    Only 5% say less 28% say more

    81% agree “Slightly higher energy costs today are worth the investment if they lead to energy that is cleaner, reliable, affordable, and safer down the road.”

    91% agree “Regardless of whether there is or isn’t climate change, it is still in Virginia’s best interest to develop new sources of energy that are cleaner, reliable, affordable, and safer.”

    78% agree “Virginia’s government has to create policies that could address the issue of climate change and improve the state’s environment?”


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