~ 44% of respondents said climate change was very important and 28% said climate change was somewhat important in choosing a Senator.
~ Even in an era of widespread economic uncertainty, 61% of respondents in Missouri would consider paying up to 10 dollars per month more in electric utility rates to combat global warming, and 32% would pay an additional 25 dollars per month.
~63% of respondents believed the U.S. Senate should pass legislation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions before the next election.
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