A large majority of Texans who were interviewed in the survey last month – 69 percent – told the UT pollsters that they think the climate is changing. That finding is the latest in a string of different survey results indicating most Texas citizens don’t share the same strong dismissiveness or doubt about climate change that many of the state’s leading political figures persist in expressing.
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