Poll Shows Low Awareness of Scientific Facts


Rebloging  a survey  of public opinion regarding climate change commissioned by the Global Warming  Policy Forum.

GWPF Survey: Perceptions of climate impacts at odds with scientific data
A new Savanta ComRes poll commissioned by the Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has revealed low levels of public awareness of key trends relating to climate change and international development. 
 
The survey of British adults suggests that the public perceive the impacts of climate change to be more negative than the academic research would suggest. However, there is also a significant minority of the public who say they are ‘not very’ or ‘not at all’ concerned by climate change.
 
In total, 28% of respondents said they were ‘very concerned’ about climate change, 42% said ‘fairly concerned’, 18% were ‘not very concerned’ and 6.4% described themselves as ‘not at all concerned’. 

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cbdakota

One response to “Poll Shows Low Awareness of Scientific Facts

  1. Hi Chuck,

    I am having trouble signing in to make a comment and I am giving up. Modern, claimed scientists, are ignoring observed facts reported by Newton in Book iii of The Principlia about comet tails and no one that I have yet found has attempted to correct them. For my explanation is that few to none modern scientists have read any part of Newton’s book; so they don’t know what he and others observed with their telescopes at that much earlier time. So it seems I cannot share this with possible readers of your post. But maybe you can insert this comment as your comment to the posting.

    Have a good day, Jerry

    On Fri, Apr 2, 2021 at 11:11 AM Climate Change Sanity wrote:

    > cbdakota posted: ” Rebloging a survey of public opinion regarding > climate change commissioned by the Global Warming Policy Forum. GWPF > Survey: Perceptions of climate impacts at odds with scientific data A new > Savanta ComRes poll commissioned by ” >

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