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Poll: Do you believe in global warming?

There are plenty of sceptics out there but scientists say they are 95 per cent sure that humans are to blame for rising temperatures.

A MAJOR REPORT due out today aims to convince sceptics that global warming is happening – and that it is a problem.

Scientists say it is “extremely likely” – a term meaning it was 95-percent convinced – that humans caused more than half of the warming observed over the past 60 years.

Today, we’re asking: Do you believe in global warming?

Poll Results:

Yes (3047)
No (2912)
I'm not sure (852)

Major report on climate change will be an ‘alarm clock moment’

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