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Top Issue For Hillary In Democratic Primary: Climate Change

This might be a bit of a surprise for many of our readers but a new poll shows the top issue Hillary should be focusing on during the Democratic primaries will be climate change. Besides income inequality, there really isn’t anything else that resonates with the party quite as much.

Proof of this can be seen by how the Hillary campaign reacted to recent remarks by potential challenger Lincoln Chafee. He said that her vote on the Iraq war as a Senator back in 2002 should disqualify her from being president. After all, he commented, this was a huge mistake and we now know there are no weapons of mass destruction. This led to instability across the Middle East and the loss of American credibility. Of course, he didn’t mention it was really Obama and how he lost the peace that led to much of these effects.

What is very interesting is seeing the reaction. Hillary and her people did nothing in terms of responding to these remarks. This is kind of surprising given the fact that she is known for swatting problems like this asap. The reason? Because she does not consider this issue to be much of an issue anymore.

Hillary may be exactly right on this point, as evidenced by a recent YouGov poll. It would seem that most Americans, even Democrats, have recovered from their post-Iraq War hangover. Almost half (48 percent) of those surveyed expressed some amount of support for committing ground troops to the fight against ISIS. And only 23 percent of self-identified Democrats said they found it ‘totally unacceptable’ for a presidential candidate to support additional US forces being committed to the Middle East.

On the other hand, the whole issue of climate change and global warming is much more important according to the poll. A full 60 percent of those polled said they found it either ‘totally’ or ‘mostly’ unacceptable for a candidate to not support the idea of fighting climate change. As you might imagine, this is a much more popular position for Democrats, with 54 percent in agreement, while only a small 6 percent of Republicans agree with this.

It should be interesting to see how the idea of climate change plays itself out in the Democratic primary. Hillary does seem to have insulated herself pretty well in this particular area. She has already declared how the Obama Regime has increasingly burdened the economy with increasing regulations is the most important aspect of his presidency…definitely moves designed to endear her with the global warming supporting left.

What do YOU think about all this?