Poll: Most Americans Are Unwilling to Spend $10 a Month to Fight Climate Change

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Most Americans are willing to spend a dollar each month to help fight climate change, but they draw the line at $10. The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs research poll found that 57% of Americans would vote for a $1 fee added to their monthly electricity bill to “combat climate change,” but only 28% would agree to pay an additional $10 per month. The poll shows that global warming is a low priority for most Americans, despite leftists’ false claims that global warming will destroy the planet in 12 years.

Most Americans are willing to chip in a buck each month to help fight climate change, but they draw the line at $10.

A poll conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs research found that 57 percent of Americans would vote for a $1 fee added to their monthly electricity bill to “combat climate change,” but only 28 percent would agree to pay an additional $10 per month.

“To combat climate change, 57 percent of Americans are willing to pay a $1 monthly fee; 23 percent are willing to pay a monthly fee of $40,” said the analysis released Tuesday. “Party identification and acceptance of climate change are the main determining factors of whether or not people are willing to pay, with Democrats being consistently more inclined to pay a fee.”

The question began with $1, then $10, and rose after that in $10 increments, but a majority of those polled opposed every amount more than $1. By the time the figure reached $100 per month, just 16 percent said yes and 82 percent said no.

Climate change also ranked at the bottom of a list of policy priorities, behind the economy, health care, terrorism, immigration and energy policy.

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Climate change isn’t even a problem worth considering, so why give $10 for it??? Most income tax filers are giving $THOUSANDS to our unethical government and they are POISONING the atmosphere with chemtrails. We should stop polluting, but we can’t because corporations own the governments and they thuggish government workers do what they are told.