LONDON (Reuters) - Almost two-thirds of the world's people say there must be urgent action to tackle global warming, a poll for the BBC World Service showed on Tuesday.
Overall, 65 percent of the 22,000 people polled in 21 countries said there was a need "to take major steps very soon" ranging from 91 percent in Spain to 37 percent in India.
Hold on a minute, let's do some math. There are at least 6 billion people on earth. This study spoke to 22,000, and yet it claims 2/3 of the world want "urgent action". Behold the arrogance.