More of US more strongly opposes climate bill

September 1, 2009

From Rasmussen, read it and weep climate freaks…

Thirty-five percent (35%) of Americans favor the climate change bill, while 40% are opposed to it. However, the antis feel more strongly: Twenty-six percent (26%) Strongly Oppose the bill versus 10% who Strongly Favor it…

Fifty-eight percent (58%) of Democrats support the climate control bill, while the identical number (58%) of Republicans and the plurality (47%) of adults not affiliated with either party oppose it. Thirty-nine percent (39%) of Republicans Strongly Oppose, while 20% of Democrats Strongly Favor the bill…

Among investors, 19% say it will help the economy, 37% that it will hurt, and 17% predict no impact…

Sixty-five percent (65%) of all Americans say creating jobs is more important than taking steps to stop global warming. Only 22% put curbing global warming as more important, with 14% unsure…

To paraphrase Winston Churchill in May 1941 when the Nazi battleship Bismarck was unleashed onto the high seas:

“I don’t care how you do it… You must sink the climate bill.”

3 Responses to “More of US more strongly opposes climate bill”

  1. livingwill1 Says:

    LOL, the polar bears survived the Roman Warm Period and Medieval Warm Period which were warmer than the 90s without any problems. So they even got the polar bear thing wrong.

  2. dublds Says:

    How long will it be before an sour-grapes alarmist comes along and tells us that “consensus is not proof”.

    Oh how the ship is sinking for the Warmists. The good news is the water won’t be infested with hungry wayward polar bears…


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