2) The idea that 38 per cent of registered voters care strongly about climate change must result from asking skewed questions. We know from many surveys that climate change barely makes it into the top 10 issues of concern for everyday Americans
3) The 97 per cent statistic has been shown to be totally concocted and, besides, who said that science was to be determined by consensus?
Of course, it is too much to expect that the Boston Globe do any reasonable analysis on the subject, given their partisan bias. They seem to be saying: ignore climate change and you will lose the election. Sounds like a faulty premise to me.