Rift Over Climate Change Is Social, Not Scientific

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Andrew Hoffman, professor, University of Michigan

According to a 2009 Pew survey, 35% of Republicans polled see solid evidence of global warming, compared with 75% of Democrats. Little debate persists in the majority of the scientific community on the subject. But like many topics, partisanship has seized the debate.

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