Most of the Americans now believe climate change is real

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According to the researchers, Americans changed their view on climate change largely because the local weather phenomena.

The severe California drought, which forced state authorities to impose for the first time in history water restrictions, changed the mind of many people.


7 out of 10 Americans, now believe that climate change is real according to a new survey by the University of Michigan and Muhlenberg College.

International Business Times reported on 15 October, that only 16 percent of adult Americans now believe that global warming is fake. This is the lowest percentage since the survey was first conducted in 2008.

The researchers reported: “a majority of Republicans (56 percent) now believe that there is solid evidence of global warming, up from 47 pe...


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