Wednesday, March 17, 2010
The majority of U.S. voters continue to believe global warming is a serious problem, but the number who considers it very serious is at its lowest level in over a year.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows 53% of voters think global warming is at least a somewhat serious problem. Yet that number includes just 28% who say it is a very serious problem, down three points from last month and the lowest level measured since the beginning of 2009.
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Forty-two percent (42%) donâ€™t think global warming is a serious problem, a number that has held relatively steady since December. Prior to December, however, that number never rose above 40%.
Voters weren’t nearly as closely divided on the issue one year ago, when 64% saw global warming as a serious problem and 32% did not. But since then serious questions have been raised about the vaildity of some of the more prominent research on global warming.
This article was posted: Wednesday, March 17, 2010 at 10:02 am