Thursday, November 21, 2013

Infographic - Growing Belief in Global Warming by State (Even Among Republicans!)

A growing number of Americans now accept the science of climate change and they are calling for action to combat it. Even those that belong to the Republic party -- traditionally a bastion of climate denial -- are coming to terms with the veracity of global warming. As reported in the Guardian, a new study from Stanford University social psychologist Jon Krosnick shows  "a vast majority of red-state Americans believe climate change is real and at least two-thirds of those want the government to cut greenhouse gas emissions."

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