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Americans Mixed Over Biden’s Climate Law, Says Recent Poll

A poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research shows that 45% of adults in the United States have grown more worried about climate change in the past year. 

This concern is shared across party lines, with approximately 6 out of 10 Democrats and a quarter of Republicans expressing increased anxiety.

President Joe Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act, a significant climate change policy, was designed to alleviate some of these concerns by encouraging the move towards clean energy sources. 

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However, the poll suggests that while the law has started to impact some Americans, it remains relatively unknown to the general population and may not provide the electoral boost Biden is counting on.

The poll reveals that approximately one-quarter of Americans have benefited from various provisions of the law, such as tax credits for renewable energy projects and incentives for electric cars and energy-efficient appliances. 

Notably, those who have benefited from these incentives are mostly Democrats. 

However, most Americans are still unaware of or unaffected by these provisions.

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While Biden is more trusted than his predecessor, former President Donald Trump, on climate change issues, there is still skepticism about the effectiveness of the Inflation Reduction Act. 

Only a minority of Americans believe the law’s key components will tackle climate change. 

Furthermore, Biden’s argument that the law will strengthen the American economy and support U.S. workers does not appear to resonate with most Americans.

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Despite mixed opinions on the Inflation Reduction Act, most Americans believe the federal government is not doing enough to address climate change. 

Many emphasize the importance of government support for climate solutions, including stricter environmental regulations and investments in new environmentally friendly technologies.

These sentiments reflect a broader call for decisive action from the federal government to mitigate the impacts of climate change and transition towards a sustainable future.

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