July 13, 2024

Hawaiians are particularly concerned about the effects of climate change

Almost half of Americans, or 48%, believe they’ll live to see the end of the world, according to a new survey.

5,000 Americans from across the country were interviewed about their beliefs on the effects of climate change.

Hawaii (66%), Vermont (59%) and New Mexico (56%) were the states where respondents were most likely to agree that climate change will destroy the world in their lifetimes.

More than half of respondents in Washington (55%) and Minnesota (54%) also believed they’d witness calamity.

Why is climate change activist Gretta Thunberg at a Palestine protest you ask?

Because the issue is never the issue, the issue is always the revolution – and both climate change and Palestine are issues the left uses to build support for their revolution.pic.twitter.com/Qu54HJIsPQ

— Wokal Distance (@wokal_distance) May 9, 2024

Respondents were also asked whether they believed climate change would have a greater effect on their state rather than others.

Hawaiians were again the most concerned, with 61% agreeing their state would be most affected, followed by Alaskans and Californians.

Nearly two-thirds of all respondents, 65%, said they wished they could do more to be environmentally conscious.

The survey also revealed that 37% of all respondents take environmentally conscious actions because it “helps them feel like a good person.”

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