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PPIC Poll On Presidential Candidates and Environment

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(Sacramento, CA)
Thursday, August 2, 2012
The survey by the Public Policy Institute of California shows that California's likely voters trust President Obama over Republican candidate Mitt Romney in handling global warming issues.
The President polls 21 points ahead of Romney when it comes to the issue.
But a majority of California voters also say the federal government isn't doing enough to address global warming.
40-percent of Californians say global warming is a very serious threat to the economy and quality of life while 26 percent say it's somewhat serious.
71-percent support the state law requiring greenhouse gas emissions reductions. That's up six percent from when it became law in 2006.
The PPIC poll also looked at what voters think of California Governor Jerry Brown. It found 46-percent approve of his job performance, up just four percent since May
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