EDIT: Jeez, this is what I get for making cursory glances at new stories. There is a serious flaw with Gallup-No, not the poll, but in the way the study is reported. From the summary:
Americans generally believe global warming is real. That sets the U.S. public apart from the global-warming skeptics who assembled this week in New York City to try to debunk the science behind climate change. At the same time, with only 34% of Americans saying they worry “a great deal” about the problem, most Americans do not view the issue in the same dire terms as the many prominent leaders advancing global warming as an issue.
The major problem here is that, for the ump-freakin’-teenth time, the view that “global warming is real” is distinguished from the views of the ICCC participants, which is, in fact, the same as 41% of Americans-Global Warming may be real, but it is exxagerated. I cannot begin to express how infuriated I get by this kind of distortion!