From the LVRJ: "Nevadans are cool to the idea the planet is getting warmer and to a proposed government fix, according to a new poll.
Fifty-five percent of respondents believe global warming is "unproven and subject to debate," compared with 35 percent who consider it "a scientifically established reality," according to the poll by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research. The percentage of skeptics is up 11 points from a similar survey in 2008. Although public sentiment doesn't melt glaciers or evaporate Colorado River water, it does affect the way Nevadans view legislation aimed at reducing the rate of planetary warming. Fifty-five percent of respondents oppose legislation to restrict carbon gas emissions, while 37 percent support it."
Ok, so you say that it's just a bunch of conservatives who rigged the poll. Umm, no: The poll commissioned by the Review-Journal included responses from 625 registered Nevada voters, 44 percent of them Democrats, 38 percent Republicans and 18 percent independents. The poll, conducted Tuesday and Wednesday, has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.
So, in the poll, you have Democrats as the biggest group of those polled and obviously not all Democrats believe in global warming.
So, how does this relate to politics. Well, Harry Reid is a huge proponent of global warming and green jobs. "We have an opportunity to create good paying Nevada jobs and protect our state's outdoors by creating new clean energy industries," said Jon Summers, a spokesman for Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev."
Once again, it shows that Harry Reid is out of touch with the majority of Nevadans and this will hurt him even more in his upcoming election.
This also shows that more and more people are coming to their senses and beginning to realize that global warming is a farce and fraud. More and more people are asking questions and are not believing what Al Gore and others are saying. And that is a good thing.
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