Climate change and air pollution are shaping the way many Utahns vote in elections. 

That's part of the finding of the latest State of the Rockies poll conducted by Colorado College. 

Pollsters asked questions of 400 registered voters and found that 56-percent said lawmakers need to take action on climate change. 

Ninety-five-percent said smog was a problem in Utah, while 80-percent said a politician's stand on environmental issues can influence how they vote.

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