89% Of Americans Don’t Trust Obama On Climate

ScreenHunter_8442 Apr. 07 09.37 polls.saintleo.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/SLU-Q-1-TABLE-Global-Climate-Change-National-Survey-Results_FINAL.pdf

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15 Responses to 89% Of Americans Don’t Trust Obama On Climate

  1. gator69 says:

    The only good news is that those self righteous arrogant POS celebrities came in last, with just 3%.

    Way to go Leo, you putz! 😆

  2. Pathway says:

    Don’t Know scores above the Little Dick @ 14%

  3. darrylb says:

    I hate the term ‘carbon’ pollution.
    Any student who takes science in high school knows what a stupid and biased term it is.

    Does that mean we have to quit using pencils ( graphite )
    or maybe I have too much soot in my chimney
    or maybe all hollywood types are adorned with too many diamonds! (yeah, sometimes true)

    BS term. Carbon is as different from CO2 as oxygen is from water.

    • gator69 says:

      A sentient, massive entity which threatened Earth in 2271, en route to find its “Creator.” In doing so, V’Ger destroyed anything it encountered by digitizing it for its memory chamber.
      Generating a power field “cloud” about itself of over 22 AUs in diameter, the entity had gained sentience after unknown aliens repaired the old Earth space probe that formed its core — Voyager 6, whose name in corrupted English gave the sentience its name.
      The entity, which viewed organic lifeforms as carbon-based units “infesting” starships…

      http://www.startrek.com/database_article/vger

      They are talking about us, and themselves, they hate humanity and want to wipe out the most incredible life form in the known universe.

    • nielszoo says:

      Try yanking those evil pollution laden carbon crystals from off the fingers or off the ears and necks of our world’s fairer sex and see how fast this “pollution” business stops. Honey, you best not be touchin’ my diamonds!

  4. Eliza says:

    The salient thing is that 45% rely on NON-GOvernmental Scientist and Educators. Big change. The fact is only about 30% are believing in AGW at this stage and its going to keep dropping every year ….

  5. Elaine Supkis says:

    Interesting that they put ‘Fox News’ separate! I believe it is part of ‘mainstream media’ meaning BIG media. It certainly is not niche media.

  6. Elaine Supkis says:

    The poll here is badly done aside from putting Fox New separate. It lets people choose any and all boxes instead of just one.

    But it is also amusing that the 33% who chose ‘environmental groups’, less than half chose Obama.

  7. gator69 says:

    Skeeter just don’t care!

    President Obama is launching an initiative Tuesday aimed at highlighting the connections between climate change and public health, bringing both medical and data experts to the White House this week.

    As part of the effort, the White House will hold a Climate Change and Health Summit later this spring, featuring Surgeon General Vivek Murthy. The administration is expanding its Climate Data Initiative, which it launched a year ago, to include more than 150 health-relevant data sets.

    “Climate change is posing a threat to more people, in more places, to their public health,” said White House senior adviser Brian Deese in a phone call with reporters Tuesday.

    White House officials also announced Tuesday that a coalition of deans from 30 medical, public health and nursing schools has pledged to train their students to address climate change’s health impacts. Those universities include Johns Hopkins, the University of Maryland, Harvard University and the University of Nebraska.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2015/04/07/white-house-to-explore-how-climate-change-makes-you-sick/

    What they need to do is get mental hospitals to work out why so many politicians, green activists, movie stars, and MSM personalities are unable to reason.

  8. SMS says:

    This poll would suggest that people are starting to read more than tea leaves when looking for information on CAGW. But the media is/will be skewing the results of the polls. When the current (ongoing) presidential campaign takes off you can be sure that the media will be pouring forth with their ill-informed version of CAGW trying to convince the electorate that they are doomed unless they vote for the most lefty candidate on the rolls.

    The CAGW fight is mostly with an ill-informed, lefty media and they are the ones holding the microphone.

    • Dave says:

      Well if you look at the first question, only 3% think climate change is one of the most important issues. I was a bit shocked to see only 2% of Democrats felt that. I also thought it was silly people saw Neil de Grass Tyson as a trusted expert. That shows how uneducated the general population is. Nothing against the dude, but he is an astronomer and frankly, not a significant one. He spends his time popularizing science and running museums, not doing much cutting edge research. Again nothing against him and there is a role for that kind of work, but I wouldn’t list him as the chief expert on anything. Of course he is the only scientist besides maybe Steven Hawking with a significant public personae.

  9. gofer says:

    Veteran coach forced to resign after posting “open letter” to Obama about Muslims. The letter exposes the lie about Muslims being the “fabric of our country.”

    http://toprightnews.com/just-two-days-after-sharing-an-open-letter-to-obama-on-facebook-this-veteran-coach-was-forced-to-resign/

    The Truth or even opinions that defy Obama are not allowed. The letter is a must read.

  10. AndyG55 says:

    33% would trust environmental groups.

    SERIOUSLY ???????

    They should be right down the bottom.

    • Dave says:

      Obviously. For environmental groups more than anyone else climate change is a religion, and the groups are highly political. What most of those groups are interested in is controlling human behavior, and not really environmentalism. Most of those groups are actually detrimental to real environmentalism causes.

  11. Crashex says:

    It means there is absolutely no hope for 11% of the people.

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