Only a quarter of people think the Cop26 climate change summit will be effective in tackling climate change, according to Opinium polling conducted during the final days of the conference in Glasgow.
Where half of people think the summit was useful for getting countries to agree to confront climate change, only 28 per cent think it will be effective in solving the issue. A further quarter believe it will make a significant difference for themselves and their family according to the survey of 2,000 UK adults conducted by Opinium for The Telegraph.
However, more than 40 per cent of people either said they were not sure or did not have an opinion on the impact of the summit.
Tables for this polling can be found here.