Well, geezus, if you phrase it that way only a heartless son-of-a-gun would be against it ...
So I used the google to try to find the Rasmussen poll and found this "Right-wing hack Rasmussen ...":
Now I don't know what to think!
So I pulled out my survey methods book, critically examined the Rasmussen survey questions and concluded that they aren't quite up to standards. In other words you couldn't use these to estimate the benefits of climate change mitigation for policy analysis.
But, if you did, you'd find that average annual willingness-to-pay is about $101 using the lower bound Turnbull (interpretation: while the median willingness-to-pay is less than $1, the lower bound mean is right about $100).
Further, studies that use more appropriate questions (more rigorous policy scenarios, explaining the benefits and costs, etc) might find that willingness-to-pay is, at least, a dollar a day. Here is one example: Berrens et al, JEEM, 2003.
Hat tip: CF