Okay, I am going to go out on a limb here, but I will make a prediction: If the Democrats take control of the House of Representatives in the midterm elections, Donald Trump will not be president when the new House is sworn in. The famous op-ed piece that appeared anonymously in The New York
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A new study which surveyed adult Americans found that by taking a ‘green’ position on climate change, political candidates could take more votes than if they took a ‘not-green’ position.
It will come as no surprise that American Republicans and Democrats disagree on the climate change issue at the moment, and according to a first of its kind study, the gap between Democrats and Republicans who believe global warming is happening increased a total of 30 percent between the years 2001 and 2010.
New research from the Carsey Institute at the University of New Hampshire shows that many Americans disagree on why climate change is occurring. Additionally, much of what people believe is unduly influenced by the political party that they attach themselves to.
One of the best ways to gauge the American public’s understanding and views on the climate debate is conducted by Gallup’s annual Environmental poll. Conducted over March 3 to 6 of this year, the latest results show that Americans continue to underestimate the impact of environmental change taking place and are additionally wilfully ignorant of the issues.
A new study conducted by researchers from the University of Michigan, show that more Americans believe in “climate change” than in “global warming.” The study, which will see its results published in an upcoming issure of the journal Public Opinion Quarterly, surveyed 2,267 adult Americans asking them a simple question regarding the issue of climate