How most in NJ feel about climate change and solutions for it

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DINO FLAMMIA / NJ 101.5 – Nearly 80 percent of New Jersey voters believe air pollution is a serious problem. Seventy percent have the same opinion on climate change.
And the majority think a modernization of the state’s transportation system can put a sizable dent in the problem, according to a poll released Wednesday.

In the survey conducted by Public Policy Polling on behalf of the environmentally-focused Sierra Club, 74 percent of New Jerseyans said they either strongly or somewhat support their state taking action to reduce air pollution from cars and trucks by investing in a more efficient transportation system and relying more on mass transit and electric vehicles …

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