Surprise, surprise, Oregonians are split on climate change beliefs.
According to an Oregon Global Warming Commission survey taken earlier this year, 80 percent of self-described liberals said they "care deeply" about global warming while 75 percent of conservatives said they were skeptical of the phenomenon. Predictable.
Here's a somewhat depressing graph depicting a facet of the findings:
When asked about energy efficiency, many of those who believed no action of climate change was necessary said they'd be willing to improve energy efficiency at home if it would warrant lower utility costs. That's a start. But, they "quickly lost interest if financial incentives were removed," according to the report.
Looks like Oregonians are sticking to their stereotypical guns — for now.