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Poll: Iowans care about science issues. But do they care enough to push candidates?

In Government, Uncategorized on July 25, 2019 at 8:30 am

A poll shows more than half of Iowans are more likely to vote for pro-science candidates.Regular readers of this blog (Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?) know I’ve nagged them to push political candidates (for almost any office, dogcatcher included) on science and evidence-based policy.

March for Science Iowa is all about this and asked candidates in the 2018 elections to answer science issue questionnaires. As one of a handful of active members, I helped organize panels of science advocates and journalists to insert science into the Iowa Caucus campaign.

But there hasn’t been hard data on how Iowans feel about science policy or how presidential candidates should address it – until now.

A new poll indicates that we care about candidates’ positions on science – and care a lot.

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