As the Biden administration pushes a more aggressive response to climate change, 77% of registered Georgia voters surveyed say they believe global warming is occurring and most say they are willing to pay more to combat it.
In the new poll by the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs, the vast majority of people said they believe human activity is a culprit, in part or in whole.
The survey of 1,031 registered Georgia voters has a margin of error of 4.2 percentage points and was conducted Feb. 8-26. During that time, severe winter storms in Texas caused massive power outages that made national news and raised questions about having resilient sources for electricity.
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