Sager studies a PEW release on why belief in global warming has dropped in the US. An unusually cool summer in some parts of country is one suspect:

The effect is most prominent among low-education voters and those not strongly attached to a party identification. If someone has high education or is a committed partisan, on the other hand, the weather has little effect on their beliefs.

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