Politico | Steven Shepard
58 percent of voters say climate change is being caused by human activity, compared with 30 percent who say it’s a natural phenomenon. Only 4 percent of voters say climate change is not happening, while 8 percent are undecided. […] And most voters are worried about climate change: 67 percent are very or somewhat concerned about the impact that climate change is having on the U.S. economy, while only 17 percent are not too concerned and just 11 percent aren’t concerned at all. Roughly the same percentage, 68 percent, are very or somewhat concerned about the impact of climate change on the environment. Many voters also see climate change as an urgent problem for the U.S.: 46 percent say it’s a critical threat to the vital interests of the country, while another 29 percent say it’s an important threat, but not critical. Only 19 percent say it is not an important threat at all.