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Poll finds a majority of Marylanders say climate change is having major impacts on shorelines, wildlife, weather

March 15, 2022

A majority of Marylanders believe climate change is having major impacts — inducing more extreme weather events, harming wildlife and raising sea levels — according to a new poll from Goucher College. While groups including Democrats, younger people and people of color were most likely to call the impact “major,” even vast majorities of Republicans, people over age 55 and people without college degrees agreed that climate change is having at least “minor” tangible impacts on the planet.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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