Increased number think global warming is “exaggerated”

A new Gallup poll shows that the trend in thinking among Americans over the past few years is that the news about global warming is exaggerated. “This represents the highest level of public skepticism about mainstream reporting on global warming seen in more than a decade of Gallup polling on the subject.”

Even more Democrats are starting to believe that new about global warming is exaggerated.

The poll, including charts, be be read by clicking on Increased Number Think Global Warming Is “Exaggerated.”

I do sense a bit of bias in the story. Here’s a passage: “Americans generally believe global warming is real. That sets the U.S. public apart from the global-warming skeptics who assembled this week in New York City to try to debunk the science behind climate change.” (emphasis added.)

Why did the story use the word try? Did Gallup cover the conference and make this judgment?

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