In February 2014, TNS conducted an international survey for the Global Challenges Foundation concerning the views of the general public relating to climate change, poverty and armed conflict. The survey covered nine countries: Brazil, USA, China, Russia, Poland, Germany, India, South Africa and Sweden. The questions were answered via an internet-based panel consisting of at least one thousand people in each country.

The survey reveals that there is widespread agreement in all the countries that climate change represents a threat to humanity and that authorities and other institutions have a responsibility to act on this.

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