A recent Ipsos poll shows that the debate over climate change is far from settled, with 49% of the public still believing that humans are the primary cause of climate change. These results mirror those obtained in previous years, indicating a stagnant divide in public opinion. While government researchers emphasize the human role in climate change, the poll reveals that 27% attribute climate change to natural patterns, and 7% deny its existence altogether. The political landscape further deepens the divide, with a significant difference in beliefs between Democrats and Republicans. Despite the acknowledgement of human influence, the majority remains unwilling to buy into the propaganda over climate change.
Bombshell Poll: The Startling Divide on Climate Change Exposed
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