The partisan polling of layman on what they think about complex matters and then representing the results as meaningful is absurd.
Outside of the voting context, “public opinion” is as dubious a metric as “mean global temperature.”
The grand irony, of course, is that if public opinion as measured by Pew mattered, we’d have had climate regulation long ago. But we don’t because, in the end, “public opinion” is just a charade.
Climate Engineering Technology
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