New Poll: 56 Percent of British Aren’t Buying Global Warming Hooey
So, the debate’s over?
Well, not so fast, ‘cause I got your consensus right here!
According to a new poll done in England, a majority of British citizens aren’t buying the science is settled nonsense that folks like soon-to-be-Dr. Al Gore and his band of not so merry global warming alarmists are peddling from sea to shining sea.
For those with climate change derangement syndrome, that means in England, you’d be in the minority.
As deliciously reported Tuesday by BBC.com (h/t NB member Par for the Course):
The public believes the effects of global warming on the climate are not as bad as politicians and scientists claim, a poll has suggested.
The Ipsos Mori poll of 2,032 adults - interviewed between 14 and 20 June - found 56% believed scientists were still questioning climate change.
There was a feeling the problem was exaggerated to make money, it found.
That’s right, folks. The British seem wise enough to realize that this is all being exaggerated so that people can make money.
Hmmm. Maybe that’s how Gore has made $100 million dollars in the past seven years…yah think?
But, the excruciatingly exquisite punch line was yet to come (emphasis added):
The survey suggested that terrorism, graffiti, crime and dog mess were all of more concern than climate change.
Isn’t that spectacular? Brits feel “dog mess” is a larger concern than climate change.
How fitting. After all, what is being peddled by folks like Gore, David, Crow, and DiCaprio is a lot of canine excrement.
Noel Sheppard reporting from Boston.