73 -- percentage of Americans who think political candidates' positions on the environment are "very important" or "somewhat important"1 61 -- percentage who say they are either active participants in or sympathizers with the environmental movement2 30 -- percentage who list the environment as an "extremely important" factor in deciding for whom to vote3 49 -- percentage who list both the economy and terrorism as "extremely important" factors in deciding for whom to vote3 51 -- percentage who say the U.S. government is doing too little to protect the environment2 35 -- percentage who believe that the Bush administration is …
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Collin Dunn writes from Tacoma, Wash.
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