Thirty-five percent of adults in 111 countries in 2010 say global warming results from human activities, while less than half as many (14%) blame nature. Thirteen percent fault both.An Asian answer to questions that to deniers always ask regardless of previous answers given.
So I call them loop questions, BrianG is the biggest offender and the rest are not far behind.
What is apparent, that countries that don't have a fox news or a Rush Limpburger to deal with view the climate with the only tools they have and that is life experience which is one thing they can't deny.
Three out of four Asians say the weather has become hotter and less predictable in the past decade as a result of climate change, prompting job changes, migration and lifestyle adaptation, a study shows.
In India, one of the world’s biggest producers of wheat, sugar and rice, most respondents said shifting weather patterns have led to water shortages, reduced agricultural productivity and loss of income, according to the study released today by Climate Asia, a project backed by the British Broadcasting Corp.
In developing Asia, only 27% believe in AGW, and for Sub-Sarahan Africa, 22%.
As for the US, 34%.
I hope warmists don't take this as a reason to crank up their propaganda mills.