'Could go higher still': Ipsos MORI reveals public concern over climate change at highest level in three decades

James S Murray
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'Could go higher still': Ipsos MORI reveals public concern over climate change at highest level in three decades

Long running issues tracker reveals proportion of people worried about pollution, the environment, and climate change has reached highest level recorded since July 1990

Public concern over the environment has climbed again this month, according to the latest Issues Index poll from Ipsos MORI, with pollsters predicting growing engagement with climate issues could well...

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