Forgive us if you’ve already heard about these results from a couple of weeks ago, but they are SO indicative of how out of touch Washington is with the rest of the country, we just had to report them.
The New York Times/Siena College poll released earlier this month showed that exactly one percent of Americans rate climate change as their biggest concern. Yes, one out of one hundred. In the Biden White House, that number is probably closer to 70%. It’s all they talk about – except when they change the subject to their other fixation: inequality.
Amazingly the percentage of Hispanics who rank climate change their number one concern rounds to a big fat ZERO. What ARE Hispanics concerned most about? The economy and inflation.
Here are the results for all respondents and for Hispanics:
What do you think is the most important problem facing the country today?
Amazingly, these results came at the very start of a major heat wave. You’ve got to love the New York Times headline analysis (below) of these results – and their slap at our hero Joe Manchin – which indicates the editors are very baffled by these results: