Cognitive Dissonance at the ABC
"Australians are deeply concerned about global warming"
and then reveals that:
"two in five people believe global warming [sic] was the most serious threat facing the planet."
So only two in five are deeply concerned apparently, the remainder couldn't give a fig, and are rightly more concerned about other things.
However, Professor Ian McAllister of ANU does make one very pertinent comment in this sea of propaganda:
"There needs to be a much greater debate about the pros and cons of the emissions trading scheme so ordinary voters are more informed about the whole issue," he said.
Read it here.