A report shows that the United States is the country where the issue of climate change is most debated by politicians and the public, as shown in the graph you can see below.
In a published report by Ipsos Mori, a market research group in the United Kingdom, to 16,000 people in 20 countries Questions were asked in an online survey on various topics, including climate change. In addition to the United States, respondents came from Britain, Russia, China, India, Brazil, South Africa, Japan and other countries.
According to the report, the United States had more climate change deniers among its respondents than any other country. Britain and Australia also had a large percentage of respondents who said they were not according to the notion of climate change caused by humans.
In contrast, China, Argentina, Italy, Spain, Turkey, France and India each had more than 80 percent of their respondents according to the idea of climate change caused by humans.
These results supported a finding in a report made in 2011 by James Painter from the University of Oxford and the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism that suggested that climate skepticism was "predominantly an Anglo-Saxon phenomenon."