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➢ Only 13% say that neither weather nor weather-related disasters are becoming more extreme. 60% say both are happening.

➢ Those without a college degree are more likely to say weather is becoming more extreme than those without a college degree (80% vs. 69%) and those with a college degree are also more likely to believe that weather related disasters are becomign more extreme (79% vs. 69%).

➢ Among those who think the weather and weather related disasters are growing in severity, half think this change is caused by climate change

(Source: The August 2019 Associated Press – NORC poll )

 

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Gary Shapiro, President and CEO, Consumer Technology Association

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