Extreme events linked to climate change

Nov 4, 2014

Q. And do you think that these extreme events – bushfires, floods, cyclones, etc – are likely or unlikely to be linked to climate change?

 

Total

 

Vote Labor

Vote Lib/Nat

Vote Greens

Vote other

Likely to be linked to climate change

76%

83%

63%

96%

63%

Unlikely to be linked to climate change

16%

10%

26%

2%

24%

Don’t know

9%

6%

11%

3%

14%

(Based on the 63% – 625 respondents – who think extreme event are more likely.)

Of those who think extreme events are more likely, 76% think they are likely to be linked to climate change and 16% think they are unlikely to be linked to climate change.

83% of Labor voters and 96% of Greens voters think they are likely to be linked to climate change.

Extreme temperatures

Jan 21, 2014

Q. Do you think the recent extreme temperatures across Australia are likely or unlikely to be related to climate change?

 

Total

 

Vote Labor

Vote Lib/Nat

Vote Greens

Vote other

Likely to be related to climate change

52%

72%

33%

73%

52%

Unlikely to be related to climate change

34%

18%

54%

12%

38%

Don’t know

13%

10%

13%

16%

10%

52% think that the recent extreme temperatures across Australia are likely to be related to climate change – 34% think they are unlikely to be related to climate change.

57% of those with university education believe they are related. 48% of those aged 55+ think they are not related.

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