Pew: More people around the world see climate change as the top international threat up from 56% in 2013 to 67% now.
Say global climate change is a major threat Greece 90% S Korea 86% France 83% Spain 81% Mexico 80% Japan 75% Argentina 73% Brazil 72% Germany 71% US 59%
Climate Change seen by citizens around the world as the top global threat to their country; 67% sees it as a major threat.
Our new report shows that concerns about climate change are on the rise globally
Broadly speaking, people around the world agree that #ClimateChange poses severe risk to their countries, according to a 26-nation survey conducted in 2018 springtime In 13 of these countries, people name climate change as the top international threat⚠
2013-2018 percentage point change in share who see U.S. power and influence as a major threat: Germany🔺30 France🔺29 Mexico🔺26 Brazil🔺26 Tunisia🔺25 Spain🔺25 Canada🔺23 Nigeria🔺22 S. Africa🔺18 Japan🔺17 Australia🔺17 Argentina🔺16 UK🔺15 Italy🔺12
Median across 10 European countries who see ___ as a major threat: Climate change: 71% ISIS: 68 Cyberattacks: 61 North Korea’s nuclear program: 52 Russia’s power & influence: 40 U.S. power & influence: 37 Global economy: 35 China’s power & influence: 31
Broadly speaking, people around the world agree that #ClimateChange poses severe risk to their countries, according to a 26-nation survey conducted in 2018 springtime In 13 of these countries, people name climate change as the top international threat⚠
Across 10 European countries surveyed, climate change and ISIS are clearly seen as major international threats
According to latest Pew study, two out of three people around the world consider climate change a major threat (59% in the US). High time for politicians to act decisively!
Climate change is seen by more countries as a top international threat, but many people also name ISIS and cyberattacks as their top security concern
New study: Climate Change seen as biggest global threat in Pew Global Study...
#Climate change seen as the top global threat, survey says
Climate Change Still Seen as the Top Global Threat, but Cyberattacks a Rising Concern
NEW: Increase from Obama era (2013) to Trump era (2018) in fear that US power & influence is a major threat to their country Germany 30% points higher France 29 Mexico 26 Brazil 26 Spain 25 Canada 23 Nigeria 22 Japan 17
Climate Change Still Seen as the Top Global Threat, but Cyberattacks a Rising Concern
The two countries most worried about US power are South Korea & Japan. #PewGlobalSurvey Remember this when Trump talks to Rocket man in Vietnam, while claiming he reduced tensions on the Korean peninsula. The people most in the know disagree.