NRDC has a great post that does the numbers on climate changes’ influence upon mid-term election results. Below is a chart with a breakdown of Dems who voted for and against the American Clean Energy and Security Act, aka the federal climate change act that failed to pass earlier this year.

The New York Times’ stunning and informative slide show breaks down exactly what did happen – one of the most dramatic shifts in 50 years, making the 1992 loss of the House under Clinton look like, um, a ….tea party? (sorry.)

A Gallup poll lists out the issues that were of primary concern for people:


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