After President Donald Trump announced his decision to pull out of the Paris Climate agreement, many Americans are buzzing about climate change and what negative effects it could possibly have in the coming years.

According to a new Fox News poll, 29 percent of voters are "extremely concerned" about climate change. That put it in a tie for fourth place with a potential war with North Korea.

Ahead of climate change were government spending (36 percent), Russian meddling in the U.S. election (33 percent) and the economy (30 percent).

Behind climate change were terrorist attacks (28 percent), infrastructure (25 percent), illegal immigration (24 percent) and the job market (22 percent)

The poll also found that voters have grown steadily more concerned about climate change over the past four years.

See reaction from the "Special Report" panel above.


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