Economy, Jobs Top Americans’ Priority: “Global Warming” Last, Getting Lower

The Pew Research Center has released the results of its annual “Public Priorities” poll and despite a ceaseless media campaign of falsified “man-made global warming” alarmism, more and more Americans are rejected Gang Green’s political agenda.

Americans continue to name the economy and jobs as the issues they care about most.  Not only does “global warming” continue to finish at the bottom, it’s getting lower.

83 percent tell Pew “strengthening the nation’s economy” is an important issue, and 81 percent say the same of “improving the job situation.”

And despite aggressive campaigning by Barack Obama and radical environmentalist groups to drum up fear of “man-made global warming,” the number of Americans who cite it as a top issue continues to plunge.

Only 28 percent said “dealing with global warming” was an important issue, continuing the annual tradition of it finishing at the bottom of the poll.  That 28 percent figure is a 10 percent plunge from the 38 percent who said it was important just three years ago — when it was also among the least-concerning issues.

Public opinion is on the side of sound science and American employers, but radical environmentalist groups are armed with multi-million dollar campaign budgets and a reputation for using aggressive, law-bending tactics.  That’s why a multi-billion dollar “Cap and Tax” national energy tax could soon be voted on by the Senate.  Despite the fact it would kill as many as 2.5 million jobs a year, wavering senators are reluctant to defy the political will of the League of Conservation Voters, Sierra Club and other radical ecosocialist groups, who have a history of running false and malicious ads against those who question their agenda.

Is your senator one of those wavering?  Call them at 202-224-3121 and tell them you want them you — and most Americans — want them to vote NO on the so-called “cap and trade” scheme.