Climate change seen as ‘crisis or major problem’ by majority of New Jerseyans, says poll

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JACK MCLOONE / ASBURY PARK PRESS – As the climate change debate rages on, a large portion of New Jerseyans have made up their minds. According to a new Stockton University poll of 807 New Jersey residents, two-thirds of those surveyed said climate change was a “crisis or major problem.” Three quarters of those surveyed believe it is currently affecting New Jersey.

“The results show climate change is a concern to people all over New Jersey and not just those who live along the Jersey shore,” said John Froonjian, interim director of the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at Stockton …

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