Former Vice President Al GoreAl GoreTrump’s isolationism on full display at international climate talks Overnight Energy: Trump officials defend fossil fuels, nuclear at UN climate summit | Dems commit to Paris goals | Ex-EPA lawyers slam 'sue and settle' policy Al Gore: A new president in 2020 could keep US in Paris agreement MORE may have gained popularity since sharing the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize, but he is struggling to win over American voters with his latest energy plan--for all U.S. electric power to come from renewable sources in ten years.

One third of Americans think Gore's energy plan is realistic, while most non-Democrats think it will drive up costs of energy, according to a new poll by Rasmussen.

Gore forwarded his plan in a speech in Washington, D.C. last Thursday, calling on candidates at every level in this fall's election to embrace the challenge. Gore warned of catastrophic consequences if the U.S. fails to act.

"The survival of the United States of America as we know it is at risk," Gore said. "And even more