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U.S. view on severe weather due to climate change by gender 2019

Opinion on the severity of weather events as a result of climate change among U.S. adults as of March 2019, by gender*

by T. Wang, last edited May 10, 2019
U.S. view on severe weather due to climate change by gender 2019 This statistic shows the views on the severe weather events as a result of climate change among adults in the United States as of March 2019, broken down by gender. During the survey, around 50 percent of the female respondents stated that the severity of recent weather events was due to climate change.
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Opinion on the severity of weather events as a result of climate change among U.S. adults as of March 2019, by gender*

Result of climate changeJust happen from time to timeNot sure
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Result of climate changeJust happen from time to timeNot sure
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by T. Wang, last edited May 10, 2019
This statistic shows the views on the severe weather events as a result of climate change among adults in the United States as of March 2019, broken down by gender. During the survey, around 50 percent of the female respondents stated that the severity of recent weather events was due to climate change.
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