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It it ‘extremism’ to believe in climate change? 4 in 10 people says it is

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Christian Today

A section of an iceberg – about 6,000 sq km – broke away as part of the natural cycle of iceberg calving off the Larsen-C ice shelf in AntarcticaEuropean Space Agency

Four in ten people believe it counts as ‘extremism’ to believe that climate change is an important global problem made worse by humans. Three out of 10 also believe it is extreme to believe the UK should remain in the EU. Nearly four in ten believe it is extreme to back Brexit.

Meanwhile, fewer than half those questioned believe it extreme to believe children should not be assigned a gender at birth.

The polling suggests that talk of extremism is a ‘recipe for chaos’. Calling views extremist is extremely unhelpful

The research, commissioned by the Evangelical Alliance and other organisations from ComRes, found that more than half of the public think using the word ‘extreme’ is not helpful in

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