Registered On: September 7, 2015
I don’t know why you’re treating it as if I am calling into question Dynata’s credentials when I am not.
The problem is the article you shared on it doesn’t even include the full range of answers, so you cannot use it to say what it says, beyond what the article quotes, which is that 49% are fully certain of climate change. It doesn’t say that the only other given answer was “fully certain it isn’t happening,” so you cannot say that 50% don’t accept it’s happening because the other options could be “it’s probably happening” or whatever. The article doesn’t give a complete synopsis.
And given that Dynata’s 2020 data, and the responses to the other questions quoted in the article, I wouldn’t be surprised if it isn’t over 50% saying they don’t believe in climate change. However, I cannot say for definite, but neither can you.