People In Western US Are More Likely To Have Felt Hotcoldwetdry Or Something

They’ve felt ‘climate change’! Felt it! They’ve actually felt the long term averages of weather! This is horrible! So says a YouGov poll

Westerners are most likely to have felt climate change

Winter storms and showers, along with fires, floods and mudslides, have afflicted the country in recent months. For some, recent weather marks the effect of climate change, but in the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, some say that weather just happens. The parts of the country with the most severe recent weather are more likely to say they personally have felt the effects of climate change.

Yes, they did just blame winter weather on climate change, and they are assigning said climate change to anthropogenic causation without proof. Here’s what it looks like

So we know that the people out west, mostly California, are bonkers. But, that doesn’t actually assign blame, just that the climate changes. And it really does break down along party lines

Apparently, Democrats have to assign weather events to the mythical gods CO2 control knob.

That one is interesting. 81% believe it is Mankind’s fault, even if the poll doesn’t assign a percentage (I’d have a tough time with the questions, since humanity does have an effect, as I have discussed numerous times, yet, I find that it is well below 50%). Regardless, if so many of them Believe, why do so few actually make changes in their own life to reduce and even eliminate their own carbon footprint? Why are they still taking fossil fueled trips? Using washing machines and dryers? Not growing all their own food? Paying to put solar panels on their homes and living off the grid? Etc and so forth? If they truly believe they can feel ‘climate change’, they should be doing things in their own lives, not demanding that Other People be punished.

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4 Responses to “People In Western US Are More Likely To Have Felt Hotcoldwetdry Or Something”

  1. Jeffery says:

    The TEACH asks:

    if so many of them Believe (sic), why do so few actually make changes in their own life

    He never presents evidence that those who understand that human-generated CO2 IS causing the climate to change HAVEN’T made changes to their lives. He just makes an ASSumption.

    Anyway, this is a well understood Alinsky-type argument ploy – forcing your opponent to perfection in their positions. If you reduced your carbon footprint by 90%, why didn’t reduce it 100%? It’s like demanding that small government Con Men not drive on government roads.

  2. Jl says:

    They don’t need proof, they “feel”.

    • MrToad21 says:

      It’s not good for your health to have “wrong think” in California, Oregon or Washington.

  3. JGlanton says:

    LOL. We’re more likely to feel the effects of El Nino, La Nina, and the PDO. Which account for all so-called extreme weather conditions referred to as”climate change” by the faith-based believers in simulations.

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