14 Jun '11, 5pm

71% of Americans Now Say Tackling Climate Change Should be a Priority

Furthermore, far more people want to tackle climate change head-on than you'd expect, especially given the staunch anti-climate stance that pervades one of the nation's two political parties. Maybe Mitt Romney's and John Huntsman's belief in climate change is smart politics after all. The landscape of American belief in climate change is actually far more nuanced than all of the air time given to climate skeptics would have you believe. Here's a look at some of the more nuanced findings from the poll, which is the latest update to Yale's ongoing Six Americas of Climate Change project:

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/06/71-americans-clim...

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