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Pew Research Center Survey: U.S. Public Concern About ‘Climate Change’ on Steady Decline Since 1997: From 50% down to 37% in 2013

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More than three times as many Democrats (57%) as Republicans (16%) say that dealing with global climate change should be a top foreign policy priority. This reflects the deep partisan divide over whether there is solid evidence that the earth is warming.

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