79% call for leaders to take action on climate change within 12 months

A late April 2015 Frontlines poll of more than 1001 respondents in each of 9 countries (9000+ total sample size)  by the International Trade Union Confederation found:

90% of respondents want to see leaders take action to prevent the world’s population from being impacted by climate change. In the US it was 69%.

79% want action in the next 12 months or less. In the US 55% wanted action within 12 months or less, in developed countries 69%.

Most tellingly, just 4% indicated that they thought that the world’s leaders do not need to act. In the US it was 15%, In developed countries 7%.

Source: http://www.ituc-csi.org/IMG/pdf/ituc_frontlines_poll_climate_en.pdf