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US Rassmussen Poll — 61% say climate debate is not over

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US Rassmussen Poll — 61% say climate debate is not over

http://joannenova.com.au/2016/08/us-rassmussen-poll-61-say-climate-debate-is-not-over/

Thirty years of propaganda has only reached a quarter of the population. When asked “Is the scientific debate about global warming over?” 75% of US voters will not get their IPCC badge: … 61 percent said the debate is not over. – Washington Times. Most people don’t believe, despite all the 97% consensus surveys, all the two week junkets, billlions in government funding, and speeches by Leonardo Di Caprio. What tactic is left? Double the bullying and namecalling? And look at the breakdown by political party: Just 26 percent of Republicans and 28 percent of Democrats agree that the debate about global warming is “over,” as opposed to 19 percent of unaffiliated voters. There are almost as many obedient, trusting Republicans as there are obedient, trusting Democrats. At least on this question, there is not the usual polarization along political lines. We can see why polls paid for by Climate Worriers rarely ask this question about the debate. “Do you believe in climate change” is a better thing to ask if you want a “certain kind of result”. Skeptics are winning. Nearly 7 out of 10 US voters don’t want skeptics prosecuted Rassmussen: Most Still Oppose […]Rating: 10.0/10 (1 vote cast)

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