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U.S. adults who believe climate change is exaggerated 2018, by age group

Opinion on the exaggeration of climate change among U.S. adults as of January 2018, by age group*

by T. Wang, last edited Mar 19, 2019
U.S. adults who believe climate change is exaggerated 2018, by age group This statistic presents the percentage of U.S. adults who believe that the threat of climate change is exaggerated as of January 2018, with a breakdown by age group. During the survey, some 47 percent of respondents between 30 and 44 years of age stated that the threat of climate change has not been exaggerated.
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Opinion on the exaggeration of climate change among U.S. adults as of January 2018, by age group*

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