The correct answer is that since 1920 the number of people killed by climate-related data has decreased by 95%. Only 9% of people surveyed picked that answer. Most fell for the propaganda and thought it had increased by 25%.
Also, note that the world population in 1920 was only a quarter of what it is today. So on a per capita basis the decrease in deaths is 99%.
The latest global satellite temperature came out today:
I’ve been predicting since 2014 that the global temperature would change to a downward trend sometime from 2017 to 2023. We shall see. Parts of the Thames froze over this winter, for the first time in 60 years.
Certainly it’s not warming nearly as fast as the 0.3 degrees per decade in the first firm prediction by the IPCC, in 1990. (That would be 1.2 degrees of warming since 1979.)
And then there’s the propaganda effect:
Half the population think it has already warmed 5 – 10 degrees in the last 150 years. I think we all know which half that is.