Gallup Poll Reveals Worry about Global Warming, Alarmists Won’t Be Happy!

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Our Take!

Global warming is an important issue, not because manmade warming is actually occurring, but because if there is a possibility it is occurring, scientists should take the time to carefully and fairly study the issue to reach an unbiased, fact-based conclusion. Unfortunately, that has not happened, which is why so much of the global warming debate is focused on warming alarmists calling everyone who is skeptical “deniers,” as if those people should be put in the same group as lunatics who say the Holocaust never happened. Unfortunately for the alarmists, however, global warming, despite all of their efforts, remains a relatively unimportant issue for most people in the world and in America, as a recent Gallup poll reveals.

By Michael Chapman

( — Americans’ concern over environmental issues such as water and air pollution and extinction of species is down from last year, and the data show that of all green issues, Americans worry the least about global warming (or climate change), according to Gallup.

As part of its annual Environmental survey, which Gallup has done for more than two decades, the surveyors on March 5-8 asked, “I’m going to read you a list of environmental problems. As I read each one, please tell me if you personally worry about this problem a great deal, a fair amount, only a little, or not at all.”

The results showed that when it came to “pollution of drinking water,”  60% worried about it a “great deal” in 2014 but only 55% worried about it a “great deal” in 2015.

For “global warming or climate change,” some 34% worried about it a “great deal” in 2014 but that went down to 32% in 2015. READ MORE …

[Published by CNS News]

Alaska. Photo by Nic McPhee.

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