S. America Takes Most Urgent View of Copenhagen Talks
People in South America view a global climate deal as having more urgency than people in other parts of the world.
About 99 percent of South Americans surveyed by World Wide Views on Global Warming.
That compares to about 93 percent of those in Europe, 92 percent of those Oceana, 91 percent of those in Africa and 90 percent of those in the U.S.
Asia brought up the tail end of the survey, at 84 percent.
View the whole report here (PDF).
In another survey, about 35 percent of Americans see global warming as a very serious problem, down from about 44 percent in April of 2008.
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