February 2010
Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;2/26/2010, Issue 324146, p30
The article presents the result of a web poll related to climate change which reveals that 55.9 percent of respondents believe that climate change is a naturally occurring phenomenon, 21 percent believe that it is due to man, 19 percent believe that it is a propaganda to reinforce support for cap and tax, while 4.1 percent say it's a myth.


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