Do you believe that human activities are making the weather a threat to mankind’s survival?Yes, and we must counteract it by any means necessary.No, this issue is over-hyped.Not sure. Do you believe that the available scientific evidence supports a theory of humans causing global warming?Yes, the science is settled and the debate is over.No, the science is flimsy and far from settled.Not sure. Do you believe that the government should impose costly new laws and regulations to try to halt the progression of alleged catastrophic climate change?Yes, catastrophic climate change is real, and our government must attempt to stop it. If that means imposing new laws and regulations that drastically increase energy prices, then that’s what we must do.No, these new laws and regulations would have a disastrous effect on jobs and our economy, and the notion of “man-made global warming” has never been scientifically proven, nor is it a serious threat.Not sure. Are you willing to pay dramatically more for everyday expenses like gasoline, electricity, and food to support “Green” energy and the alarmists’ case for global warming?Yes, paying more for everyday needs is the cost of saving our planet from a climate change catastrophe.No, with current advances in technology, we can responsibly steward our environment while at the same time paying the same or even less for our everyday needs.Not sure. Do you believe that the United States has an obligation to “lead by example” in combatting climate change by capping industrial emissions of carbon dioxide and “greenhouse gases”?Yes, we must take the first step and limit carbon dioxide emissions by factories and power plants to head off this planetary emergency.No, especially since nations like China and India aren’t making emissions cuts and such limits will hurt our economy, increase manufacturing and power costs, and kill jobs.Not sure. Please enter your email address so we may share the results of this survey with you:*@ 2014 National Global Warming Survey Instructions: Please answer each question by clicking the box next to the appropriate answer.