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What Do Americans Really Believe About Climate Change? [Infographic]

Using the results of the recent Pew Research Center survey on Americans’ viewpoints on global warming, ThomasNet News created an infographic that visually depicts current American sentiment on climate, the political divide on climate, and how the public’s perception on global warming has changed since 2006. The highly-visual presentation of these rather disappointing numbers offers […]

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American Priorities Report: Global Warming Concern Drops 13% Over Five Years, Partisan Divide on Environment

2011 marked another year for decline in support on the environment. The latest Pew report on public priorities states, “No issue divides partisans more than the environment.” Global warming, while more heavily prioritized by Democrats, has drastically and consecutively fallen in the past five years — to the bottom of the list of American priorities.  […]

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Economy Dominates Public's Agenda, Dims Hopes for the Future

Economy Dominates Public’s Agenda, Dims Hopes for the Future

In Pew's annual Top Policy Priorities poll, environment and global warming once again fell in priority, each received their lowest-ever rank.  The poll also found partisanship  continuing to play a large role in prioritization, with Democrats rating environment and global warming as higher priorities, and Republicans rating them lower. (more…)

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