Most Hungarians concerned about climate change

Analysis

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Concerns about climate change are strongly present in the lives of Hungarians, according to a national, representative survey by Sió-Eckes, writes business daily Világgazdaság.

Some 92% of respondents consider global climate change a serious problem, and one in six respondents is particularly anxious about it.

At the individual level, there is also a sensitivity to the topic.

Roughly 78% of respondents recycle, another 67% save energy and water, and half of the respondents consciously choose public transport, walking, or cycling to combat climate change. Only 2% said they do nothing to curb climate change.

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