51% of American voters under 35 believe it is at least somewhat likely humanity will be wiped out in the next decade or so.
That’s the results of A ScottRasmussen.com/HarrisX survey released yesterday.
If you look at all age groups, overall, 71% disagree and believe that it is unlikely humans will be wiped out because the earth is uninhabitable.
Granted the sample size of this survey was only 1000 people, but it does show the impact that repeating a doomsday scenario can have. Only 250 of the survey’s participants were under age 34.
It's hard to believe it was just over forty years ago that the thought of purposely melting polar ice caps and ice flows to prevent a new “ice age” was actually being considered (watch the video above).