Answer: a) 70%
As just another sign that the debate about whether or not global warming is happening is over, 70% of Americans believe it is possible to mitigate the impacts of global warming. Obviously, in order to believe that one must believe that global warming is a real phenomenon in the first place! Furthermore, John McCain, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama all support strong climate change legislation, meaning that whoever ends up being our next president will be an advocate for climate change mitigation. That's good news for the environment, the rest of the world, and for the majority of Americans who want to see something done about climate change, air pollution, dependence on oil and high gas prices.
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