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Only 3% of Americans name ‘environment’ as top issue. Where is media balance?

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Only 3% of Americans name “environment” as top issue. Where is media balance?

http://joannenova.com.au/2014/05/only-3-of-americans-name-environment-as-top-issue-where-is-media-balance/

The Gallup poll results for May show the environment is not the most important issue for 97% of Americans.  Golly, but those naming the environment as the top concern tripled from 1% – 3% from April to May. It’s a blip up in a long term trend that’s falling. H/t to Brietbart.com. How many times do people need to tell politicians that being a skeptic isn’t  the vote killer that some commentators would like you to believe? Even people who believe in man-made global warming just aren’t as concerned about the environment as they are about jobs, corruption, and the economy. Which politician will make cleaning out corruption their trademark policy? … Where’s the balance? According to some the media doesn’t report on climate often enough. But where’s the “balance” — if 97% of the public are more concerned about something else, perhaps the message should be something else? For those all-knowing super intelligent beings who protest that the public won’t worry about the right things if you don’t tell them, we can only ask if 20 years of non-stop campaigns, reports, advertising, documentaries, and Nobel Prize winning (flawed) documentaries are enough? There comes a point where it’s time […]Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)

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