The survey, conducted July 9 to 13, found only six per cent of respondents were concerned about Canada's role in Afghanistan, well behind the 34 per cent of respondents who mentioned environmental issues when asked what "single issue" they were most concerned about among "all the issues facing the world today."
In total, 17 per cent of respondents listed global warming and weather changes as their top concerns, while 17 per cent singled out the environment and pollution as priorities. The health system, a longtime priority in most recent election campaigns, was mentioned by only four per cent of respondents.
Nobody buying what Baird is selling:
The poll also found that governments have low approval ratings on global warming, with 72 per cent saying the federal government was not doing enough
The mainstream is beginning to accept the seriousness, further isolating the manic stragglers, railing against common sense and overwhelming science. When almost ten times more Canadians mention the environment, over a traditional powerhouse issue like health care, it is clearly a great sign. Put that in your "junk science" hat and smoke it :)