Survey finds 66 percent worried about climate change even amid coronavirus

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    Ohio Barbarian
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    (The Hill) (skip)

    A report released Tuesday by Climate Change in the American Mind, written by researchers at Yale University and George Mason University, found that the issue of climate change remains at near historic high levels of priority despite the ongoing public health crisis.

    The report found a record-tying 73 percent of Americans said they think global warming is happening.

    The same survey found that 66 percent of Americans said they are at least “somewhat” worried about global warming, with 26 percent saying they are “very worried” about it.

    A record-tying 62 percent of Americans said they understand that global warming is mostly human-caused, according to the report, and just 29 percent said they think it is due to mostly natural changes in the environment.

    Full story here. See? Most of us aren’t crazy.

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    MistaP
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    they’re REALLY almost the same situation–a massive and lethal problem that’ll take years to handle; solutions that require both massive restructuring and small changes that vastly improve prole life (less being stuck in traffic); 60-70% agreement by Americans it’s a problem, but the unmasked coal-rollers with their nerfed M16s vote R and the Ds we vote for always just so happen to be bought out by the same interests causing the problem

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