Americans on Climate Change 2005: Overwhelming Majority of Americans Favors U.S. Joining With G-8 Members to Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA)
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An overwhelming majority of Americans supports the United States agreeing to limit greenhouse gas emissions in concert with other members of the G-8 Summit. The new PIPA-Knowledge Networks poll asked, if, at the G-8 Summit, "the leaders of these other countries are willing to act to limit the greenhouse gases that cause climate change, President Bush should or should not be willing to act to limit such gases in the United States?" Eighty-six percent said that he should. Eighty-one percent of Republicans supported this as well as 89 percent of Democrats.