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    Thursday, September 28, 2017

    Poll Shows Climate Change Linked To Hurricanes

    Most now see climate change as responsible for hurricane severity (POLL)

    Sofi Sinozich, September 28, 2017 (ABC News)

    “More than half of Americans now see climate change as responsible for the severity of recent hurricanes – an about-face from 12 years ago, when most attributed it to happenstance…The latest ABC News/Washington Post poll finds a near-universal shift in this direction, even among formerly skeptical groups, albeit with smaller gains among Republicans and Republican-leaning groups…[A 2005 poll after Hurricane Katrina found that only] a quarter of Americans thought climate change likely was responsible…[In 2006, it grew to] 45-49 percent…[In this September 18-21, 2017, poll], 55 percent mainly blame climate change…The shift is highly partisan…” click here for more

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