|Americans Cool To Global Warming Hysteria|
|Written by K. Daniel Glover|
|Wednesday, 12 August 2009 13:47|
The numbers are in, and they don't look good for Al Gore and his allies. Americans are beginning to see through the campaign of disinformation about global warming.
A Gallup poll taken in March and released yesterday shows that a record high of 41 percent Americans now believe that news reports about global warming are exaggerated. People also are less concerned about the imagined threat. That number declined from 66 percent to 60 percent.
The increased skepticism is due in part to independents. That number of doubters in Gore's false doctrine jumped 11 percent in a year, from 33 percent to 44 percent. Republican doubts are at an all-time high (66 percent), and even Democratic doubts rose 4 percent.
Young Americans, who are being indoctrinated in schools that repeatedly show Gore's one-sided film, An Inconvenient Truth, wrongly think that news reports underestimate the threat of global warming. But older people are wiser to the media's liberal ways. Skepticism about global warming jumped from 36 percent to 43 percent among people between ages 30 and 49.
Global warming is the least of Americans' environmental concerns. "Not only does global warming rank last on the basis of the total percentage concerned either a great deal or a fair amount," Gallup concluded, "but it is the only issue for which public concern dropped significantly in the past year."
Only 38 percent of Americans believe global warming poses "a serious threat" to themselves or their own way of life. Hopefully that number will decline rapidly as more people realize that the real threats to American progress are the policy proposals inspired by global warming hysteria.
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