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More than half of voters in Washington, Oregon and California say they support a mandate that all new cars sold in their state must be electric by 2030, according to new polling data from Climate Nexus Polling, Yale University and George Mason University.

In Washington, 58 percent support a mandate, while 34 percent oppose one. That is virtually unchanged from 2020, when the same polling team found 59 percent for and 35 percent opposed. The polls were commissioned by Coltura, a Seattle-based clean transportation advocacy group.

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