|From AZRainman's Wallpapers|
Most Americans Link Global Warming to Weather Madness
Their results showed that 72 percent of Americans believe global warming worsened the unusually warm winter of December 2011 and January 2012; 70 percent said it worsened the record high summer temperatures in the U.S. in 2011; the drought in Texas and Oklahoma in 2011 (69 percent); record U.S. snowfall in 2010 and 2011 (61 percent); the Mississippi River floods in the spring of 2011 (63 percent); and Hurricane Irene (59 percent).
- A new study says Americans are beginning to internalize climate change.
- Many believe global warming worsened the unusually warm winter.
- Many also don't believe the weather will get any better.