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  • Tuesday, April 3, 2018

    Gallup Finds Partisan Divide On Climate Still High

    Global Warming Concern Steady Despite Some Partisan Shifts

    Megan Brenan and LyDia Saad, March 28, 2018 (Gallup)

    “…Americans' concerns about global warming…[remain at the record-high levels they were in 2017 but the White House attitude may have contributed to a widening partisan] divide…Ninety-one percent of Democrats and 33% of Republicans say they worry a great deal or fair amount about global warming, but 67% of Republicans worry only a little or not at all…[82% of Democrats and 34% of Republicans] think global warming has already begun to happen…57% of Republicans think it will not happen in their lifetime (25%) or will "never happen" (32%)…About seven in 10 Republicans (69%) think the seriousness of global warming is exaggerated in the news, 15% think it is generally correct and 15% say it is generally underestimated…[Democrats see the seriousness of global warming] underestimated (64%) or correct (32%), and just 4% say it is exaggerated…” To be continued Thursday (click here for more)

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