The Weather Channel highlights a poll where you can tell thoughts on global warming based on where people live.
It shows the divide of how people believe humans are the primary cause of global warming.
But in the Deep South, Midwest, Plains and intermountain West, most counties lean in the opposite direction and believe humans aren't the primary cause of global warming
What do those areas have in common?
People who work on the land.
Whose livelihood depends on good weather and understanding the local climate.
People who are closest to nature.
Maybe we should trust their opinion.