"Last Election Day in both red states and blue states, Americans voted decisively to spend three-and-a-quarter billion more dollars to protect natural areas and neighborhood parks. Of 161 conservation measures nationwide, voters approved 120 -or 75 percent. While the presidential election did not turn on environmental issues, voters still sent a strong message on the environment. Red states and blue states both voted green when it came to open space and nature. The support is broad and deep: It's everywhere and everyone where growth is changing our landscapes."
Thanks to Matthew Shaffer