Quinnipiac Poll: Voters Don’t Blame Hurricane Sandy on Climate Change

Bill McKibben needs to work harder.

“According to the poll, which included surveys of 1,949 registered voters nationwide, 37 percent of voters think Hurricane Sandy was the result of climate change, compared to 51 percent who think the two are unrelated. A majority (55 percent) of Democrats think climate change caused Sandy, compared to just 14 percent of Republicans. A little over a third of independents think climate change caused the hurricane.” [U.S. News]

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One response to “Quinnipiac Poll: Voters Don’t Blame Hurricane Sandy on Climate Change

  1. The political divide here is most telling.

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