An Ipsos MORI poll released last Sunday found that a majority of the British public does not believe human activity has caused global warming.
According to the poll, which first showed up in The Observer, found that 60 percent of the 1,039 British adults surveyed agreed that "many scientific experts still question if humans are contributing to climate change," with a further 40 percent saying they "sometimes think climate change might not be as bad as people say."
Still, 75 percent of the respondents said they were "concerned about climate change."
According to the Observer, "More than half of those polled did not have confidence in international or British political leaders to tackle climate change, but only just over a quarter think it's too late to stop it. Two thirds want the government to do more but nearly as many said they were cynical about government policies such as green taxes, which they see as 'stealth' taxes."
But does it matter what folks in the UK think? Last we checked, it was the US that still needs to come around.
See original article in The Observer/Guardian online