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This map of climate change attitudes around the world might surprise you

The Pew Research Center is out with a survey of climate change attitudes from around the world. What caught our eye? A map showing relative concern about climate change from country to country.

While the United States clearly ranks among the less-concerned countries, the number of Americans who are "very" concerned about the issue (45 percent) is more than China, Russia, Israel and the United Kingdom. It is shy of -- but relatively close to -- Canada and many of the biggest economies in Europe.

The countries that are the most concerned about climate change? Countries in Latin America and Africa -- and it's not really close.

In other words, attitudes about climate change seem to have considerably little to do with how developed a country is.

And here's a look at the country-by-country data: