Maps Show What Americans Think Of Hotcoldwetdry

Sadly, the Cult of Climastrology keeps collapsing

(Bloomberg) Researchers at Yale have unveiled a new interactive map that estimates public opinion on global warming right down to the county level.

As a nation, 63 percent of Americans believe that the globe is warming. (Note: It is.) But that single statistic reveals little about what people in different states, local communities, and congressional districts think. The research, which was published today in the journal Nature Climate Change, makes estimates for those geographies and asks…..

The article provides seven maps. Here are the first two, the most relevant

The world has most definitely warmed. I, and most Skeptics, agree. But, this question makes no differentiation as to causation. The next one does

After 25+ years of spreading awareness, after all the hysteria, doomsaying, hysterics, scary stories, etc, despite owning the majority of the media which compliantly pushes the Warmist doctrine, despite all the private and taxpayer money dumped into pushing “climate change”, the best they can do is 48% for “mostly human activities”. Bummer.

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8 Responses to “Maps Show What Americans Think Of Hotcoldwetdry”

  1. Jeffery says:

    What causes the Earth to warm significantly, “naturally”?

    That’s what scientists have to ask.

    So-called skeptics have not offered a credible answer.

  2. Jeffery says:

    Sadly, the Cult of Climastrology keeps collapsing

    LOL. You’re whistling past the graveyard. More people think that CO2 is causing global warming than claim it’s “natural”. I’m amazed it’s that high! Only 35% claim the warming is “natural”.

    And a Gallup poll concludes:

    Forty-six percent of Americans believe in the creationist view that God created humans in their present form at one time within the last 10,000 years.

    So there’s 11% of Americans out there who think a 10,000 year old Earth is warming from man-generated CO2!!

    Actually, 48% is an excellent total understanding global warming considering there are 46% of Americans who think the Earth is 10,000 years old. Add the fact that FOX, the right-wing blog industry, the fossil fuels industry and Republican elites have spend millions of dollars and thousands of hours to discredit climate science. Finally, it’s an issue of arguable immediacy – jobs and jobs have occupied people’s minds.

    In the data you linked to: 77% think the US gov’t should fund renewables research. 74% think CO2 should be regulated as a pollutant.

  3. drowningpuppies says:

    The earth’s temperatures have not risen as expected by the Climate Establishment and as forecasted by the climate models. Particularly, the forecasts in the IPCC’s Fourth Assessment Report (AR-4, 2007) are not valid. This “pause” or plateau in temperatures has resulted in many explanations, often invoking natural causes not presented in the IPCC reports.

  4. david7134 says:

    Your cutting and pasting the same idiotic remarks does not make your argument any better than one year ago. No, you can not assume that your religion of CO2 is true as no one has a different explanation, especially when peer review publications have corrupted the science and will not allow alternative publications.

    Looking at the map indicates all you need to know about the religion of AGW. You can overlay the electoral maps for any elections and see that the religion is prevalent in the communistic voting block. Enough said.

    Now, Jeff, you had an argument for a black box effect with CO2. Therefore, you can calculate the amount of upper atmosphere CO2 to get the needed rise in temp. Where is that?

  5. john says:

    Well the climate truthers have received 100s of millions to present their views to Americans and Americans have the the lowest belief in AGW
    All the European populations would poll higher Germany switzerland etc.
    Also the GOP’s bff Israel their population would poll much higher but in those populations also fewer people would be exposed to fossil fuel funded denialism

  6. Hank_M says:

    “More people think that CO2 is causing global warming ..” Sure, cause this nonsense is repeated so often.

    Co2 represents approx .04% of the atmosphere according to Scientific American. National Goegraphic claimed that oceans absorb half of all man made Co2, 50%. Leeds Univ states that forests absord 40% of man made C02.
    Last Oct a team at Wyoming Univ stated that planst may absorb as much as 16% of man made Co2.

    And people are to believe that the science is settled?

    We might as well ban Dihydrogen monoxide from our water.

  7. Jeffery says:


    No offense, but none of what you listed is relevant (although common lore from less sophisticated deniers).

    Has the concentration of CO2 in the air increased? Yes. It’s increased from 280 ppm to 400 ppm, the highest level in at least 800,000 years. It continues to rise.

    Does CO2 in the air contribute to warming? Yes. It’s the reason Earth isn’t an ice-covered planet.

  8. JL says:

    “CO2 the reason the earth isn’t an ice -covered planet.” Really because of water vapor. “What causes the earth to warm significantly naturally?” Uh, the same forces that have warmed it for over 4 billion years. What data do you have to say “significantly”, or rather how do you know it didn’t warm just as significantly in the past? How do you know it didn’t warm much more in the past so as to call this small amount now “insignificant”? The definition of “significant”

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