As Pope Pushes Hotcoldwetdry, Remember, Only A Minority Give A Damn

A bit of a flashback from Pew Research Center

Pope Francis is generally popular around the world, but when he highlights the global effects of climate change Friday at the United Nations General Assembly, he may get a lukewarm reception from many Americans and Europeans.

Global climate change was the top-rated threat in a 40-nation Pew Research Center survey conducted in spring 2015 – a median of 46% say they are “very concerned” about climate change.

But concern about climate change is relatively low in the United States and Europe. A median of 42% among both Europeans and Americans reports being very concerned about the issue. 

And in the U.S., partisan differences are stark. A majority of Democrats (62%) say they are very concerned about climate change, compared with just 20% of Republicans.

Concern for “climate change” is primarily a second/third world nation concern, excepting India and China, who, really, mostly have non-first world living standards. And, all the Cult of Climastrology can get for 25 years of spreading awareness and doom is a measly 46% globally being “very concerned”.

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