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Americans Less Concerned about Environment as Battle over ‘Waters of the U.S.’ Hits Fever Pitch

“The percentages of Americans expressing a great deal of worry about air pollution and the

loss of tropical rain forests have each fallen seven points since 2022, while worry about extinction of plant and animal species has declined five points, and the pollution of natural waterways and global warming or climate change are down four points each,” Gallup said. “Meanwhile, last year’s 57 percent high-level worry about polluted drinking water is statistically similar to this year’s 55 percent.”

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