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Not one dollar: One-third of voters unwilling to spend anything to counter climate change

A poll by the free-market Competitive Enterprise Institute found 35% of registered voters

surveyed were unwilling to spend any of their own money to “reduce the impact of climate change,” while 17% said they would agree to kick in between $1 and $10 per month. The results were virtually unchanged from the institute’s poll conducted in April showing that 35% were unwilling to spend even a dollar and 15% drew the line at $10.

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