Most Americans oppose President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, with a majority saying the move will damage the United States’ global leadership, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Opposition to Trump’s decision outpaces support for it by a roughly 2-to-1 margin, with 59 percent opposing the move and 28 percent in support.
Gee: I wonder where anyone might have got the idea that the move would “damage America’s global leadership.”
Maybe from relentless news reports last week that all omitted to mention the salient fact that the U.S. has reduced its greenhouse gas emissions more than any other nation?
You need to click through to the actual poll questions to see what a crappy poll it is.
The poll only asked five questions.
This is the headline question:
Q: Do you support or oppose Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the main international agreement that tries to address climate change?
Talk about virtue signaling!
...Conspicuously missing are any questions about whether people support appropriations for wealth transfers from the U.S to developing nations that the Paris Accord included (and into which Obama tossed $1 billion)?