Climate change survey raises fears it will be harder to persuade the public to support costly policies to curb emissions.
guardian.co.uk, 23 Feb 2010
Over 1,000 people in Great Britain were questioned on their views on climate change as part of the Ipsos Mori poll.
Public conviction about the threat of climate change has declined sharply after months of questions over the science and growing disillusionment with government action, a leading British poll has found.
The proportion of adults who believe climate change is “definitely” a reality dropped by 30% over the last year, from 44% to 31%, in the latest survey by Ipsos Mori.
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