all images: Gallup.com
There have been a number of surveys released in the past few months about shifting attitudes of the American public regarding global warming. The general trend seems to be towards more climate skepticism and issue fatigue, and this latest one from Gallup just backs that up. It also correlates attitudes with political affiliation and ideology, again yielding results which frankly anyone even casually following the issue could have predicted. I'll let their graphs tell the story:
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