A national survey conducted by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press found that a growing number of Americans across party lines accept that global warming is occurring and is getting worse.
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Even amid substantial partisan divisions, increasing numbers of Democrats, Republicans and independents say there is solid evidence of global warming.
A majority (67%) say there is solid evidence of global warming, up 10 points since 2009.
A majorty (64%) of Americans say it is a very serious or somewhat serious problem.
An increasing percentage of Americans (42%) say that human activity is to blame, up 8 points since 2010.
Individuals who are 65 and older are far less likely to think that warming caused by human activity or a very serious problem.
An increasing numbers of Democrats (85%), Republicans (48%) and independents (65%) say there is solid evidence of warming.
The public continues to be divided about whether scientists agree that the earth is warming and there is a wide partisan divide over the question of scientific consensus.
Obama supporters are more likely than Romney supporters to say there is solid evidence of global warming (88% vs. 42%) and that it's a very serious problem (59% vs. 13%)