Americans Doubtful of Human Impact on Climate

According to Ipsos’ Global Trends Survey among roughly 16,000 adults from 20 countries, the majority of people now believes that human activity is to blame for climate change. In all of the 20 countries the majority of respondents shares that view. In some countries however, there remains a large degree of scepticism. People from the U.S. showed the highest degree of doubt, with only 54 percent agreeing that humans are responsible for the changing climate.

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