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Political polarization on environmental science

President Obama's approval rating on dealing with global warming has crumbled, and there is broad opposition to spending taxpayer money to encourage developing nations to curtail their energy use. The public's doubts on what scientists believe about the environment are growing and becoming more politically polarized, though most support federal government regulation of greenhouse gas emissions.


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On environment, Obama and scientists take hit in poll
Article | As President Obama arrives in Copenhagen hoping to seal an elusive deal on climate change, his approval rating on dealing with global warming has crumbled at home and there is broad opposition to spending taxpayer money to encourage developing nations to curtail their energy use, according to a n...

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