The Paris Accord itself is not that well know and does not really resonate; but, voters really want the US to remain engaged. Democrats are opposed to leaving the Paris Accord and Republicans support it, but many do not know. That being said, overwhelming percentages of Democrats and Republicans want the US remained engaged in international affairs.
Coal is not the future and the voters not only get that, but they want the government to invest in the future jobs, not past jobs.
Republicans own healthcare reform, but future problems with ObamaCare are split.
Most popular healthcare option is just allowing everyone without health insurance to buy-into either Medicare or Medicaid, if they want.
Majority of Republicans admit/know Hillary Clinton won the popular vote in 2016.
Tobias Konitzer is a PhD candidate in communication at Stanford University. Find him on Twitter @KonitzerTobias.
Sam Corbett-Davies is a PhD candidate at Stanford University in computer science. Find him on Twitter @SCorbettDavies.
David Rothschild is an economist at Microsoft Research. Find him on Twitter @DavMicRot.