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Sunday, April 19, 2009

Rasmussen: Only 34% Now Blame Humans for Global Warming

Encouraging news from Rasmussen.

Just one-out-of-three voters (34%) now believe global warming is caused by human activity, the lowest finding yet in Rasmussen Reports national surveying. However, a plurality (48%) of the Political Class believes humans are to blame.

Forty-eight percent (48%) of all likely voters attribute climate change to long-term planetary trends, while seven percent (7%) blame some other reason. Eleven percent (11%) aren’t sure.

These numbers reflect a reversal from a year ago when 47% blamed human activity while 34% said long-term planetary trends.
Maybe it's because of reports like this.

1 comment:

Magnus said...

I'll bark offtopic, if it's okay.

As a Not Evil Just Wrong Facebook group member I recieved a chance to see the important film Not Evil Just Wrong, but I've to make a 10000 miles trip...

If you're in Washington I recommend you to be Facebook member for Not Evil Just Wrong immediately! ;)

"FREE EARTH DAY SCREENING OF NOT EVIL JUST WRONG IN THE WASHINGTON AREA

Meet the filmmakers and watch Not Evil Just Wrong - The True Cost of Global Warming Hysteria on Wed, 22nd April at 6:30 PM. The screening is at [xxxx]. We look forward to meeting all our friends in the Washington area. Please RSVP for this free event at: [xxxx]"
So if you're a climate realist in Washington I guess you can mail lleveque [a] washingtonpolicy.org and politely ask for the missing information I removed...

(I hope this is okay.)