Gallup Poll: Only 2% Of Americans Believe ‘Climate Change’ Is The Most Important Problem Facing The U.S
April 2020 Gallup Poll:
Climate Depot Note: "Climate Change" dropped from Gallup's pre coronavirus peak in February of only 5% to its current 2%. "Climate change" would be even less than 2% if Gallup had separated the term from the terms "Environment & Pollution" in their Gallup poll question. Previous Gallup polls have consistently shown that 'climate change' scored the lowest concern amount all ENVIRONMENTAL issues.
See: Flashback 2015: Gallup Poll: Americans Worry Least About Global Warming – Concern over AGW lowest among all ENVIRONMENTAL issues
A recent Gallup poll reveals that the Covid-19 pandemic has become the most important problem facing the U.S. The crisis and its economic impact is likely to overshadow other concerns for years to come.
The coronavirus has quickly surged to the top of the list of most important problems facing the U.S., surpassing government, which has consistently held the top spot with few exceptions since early 2017. The 45% of Americans naming COVID-19 dwarfs all other problems cited, including government or poor leadership (20%), the economy or jobs (9%) and healthcare (6%). All other problems are cited by 3% or fewer Americans.
This is encouraging.#MSM constantly repeats its narrative using the psychological tool Availability Bias to persuade people that there is a #ClimateCrisis.#Americans are too smart for that. https://t.co/EVJkzU4cgj
— Clear Energy Alliance (@clearenergy) May 20, 2020