It is hard to nail something up , on the internet , but here it goes anyway :
(1) I believe - as a percentage - more Protestants than Catholics deny human climate change and that they do so more vehemently.
(2) I believe - as a percentage - more people of Anglo-Saxon (sic) origins deny human climate change than do people of other ethnic origins.
(3) I believe - as a percentage - more males than females strongly deny human climate change.
(4) I believe - as a percentage - more better off people than poorer people vehemently deny human climate change.
(5) I believe - as a percentage - that more native born citizens than immigrants , strongly deny human climate change.
(6) I believe - as a percentage - more people with some post secondary education deny strongly human climate change than do people with either high school or less education or those with post-graduate education.
(7) I believe - as a percentage - people who deny human climate change dislike immigration, minorities, disabled, women and gay rights, more so than do non-deniers.
(8) I believe - as a percentage - more deniers than non-deniers believe super powers should 'go it alone' rather than first helping to assemble a coalition of allies bound by a common goal.
That instead they prefer to use their nationally-exclusive super weapons against the enemy, like some WWII comic book super hero, sailing above community, democracy and the rule of law.
Which is to say, far more adult deniers than non-deniers still believe it was Captain America and not Joe and Willie that actually won WWII.
(9) I believe - that as a percentage - more whites, than non-white , deny human climate change.
(9.5) I believe - as a percentage - that more climate change deniers prefer the Fifties to the Sixties than do non-deniers.
And that the more widely read among the deniers secretly yearn for the halcyon days of pre-1939, when Anglo Saxon empires and Anglo Saxon eugenics and Anglo-Saxon scientism still ruled the world.
Which is to say that human climate change isn't really the issue for them.
It is but a 'rally around the wagons' symbol.
A last ditch battle to decide whether anyone or anything (be it a minority group, a gender or Mother Nature herself) can ever impose any limits on a traditional ruling group to do what ever it wants, where ever it wants, when ever it wants, for as much as it wants ....