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Most Australians are skeptical: mankind is not main driver of the climate – ‘Despite the unending propaganda 60% of Australians are not convinced’

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Most Australians are skeptical: mankind is not main driver of the climate

http://joannenova.com.au/2015/05/most-australians-are-skeptical-mankind-is-not-main-driver-of-the-climate/

The IPCC has told us in letters of fire for twenty years that humans are the dominant cause of climate change. But despite the unending propaganda 60% of Australians are not convinced. The IPSOS polls have been running for years, and are unashamedly pro-IPCC in leaning, but despite that obvious bias, and loaded, ambiguous questions, most Australians don’t agree that it is mainly our fault. The climate is changing but it is mainly or partly natural. IPSOS gloss over that, but if humans are responsible for less than half of “climate change” that makes Direct Action twice as useless. The IPSOS Climate Change Report 2015 (Online poll, 1,063 people) Q3: Which best describes your opinion about the causes of climate change? Only 40% of Australians accept the IPCC position that mankind is the main cause of climate change (orange and red). | Click to enlarge. See p 5 of the report. Like nearly all polls, this one suffers from using the loaded and confounded term “climate change”. To the person filling out the form it could mean either “man-made global warming” or “the climate… changes“. What were those survey designers and journalists thinking? Not about accurate English, that’s […]Rating: 9.0/10 (4 votes cast)

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