climate change poll

More U.S. adults believe Fox News is a reliable source of information about climate change than believe President Barack
WASHINGTON –- Young voters are much more likely than senior citizens to say they'll vote for candidates who support cutting
On Tuesday, U.S. President Barack Obama declared climate change to be the "one issue that will define the contours of this
Concern about other green issues, including the safety of drinking water and soil contamination, jumped over the past year
Still, the Gallup poll found that only 36 percent of Americans expect global warming to pose a "serious threat to you or
When it comes to climate change, Americans aren't exactly hot and bothered. According to the survey, the findings mark "the
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Despite President Barack Obama’s efforts in promoting sweeping measures to fight climate change, a new study indicates most
Pew also found climate change is far from a top concern for most Americans: It ranked last in a list of priorities, and only
U.S. President Barack Obama is expected to unveil a set of actions designed to address climate change on Tuesday. "This is
In an op-ed in the Salt Lake Tribune this past weekend, Stewart repeated a litany of climate change denial tropes before
In the study, 40 percent of Republicans said they worry a great deal or fair amount about global warming, up from 32 percent
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The Pew Research Center poll was conducted Feb. 13-18 using live telephone interviews among 1,504 U.S. adults. Not surprisingly
The survey found that 50 percent of Americans "are convinced the climate is changing" and another 34 percent believe it "is
John called climate change, the "most important thing we need to be concerned about," to which Kilmeade replied sarcastically
It's not just American voters that are becoming more convinced that climate change is a real problem. Some Republican politicians