About seven-in-ten Chinese (71%) support an international treaty to curtail emissions, yet just 18% of the public expresses intense concern about climate conditions. This is the lowest concern of any of the 18 countries surveyed. Since the Chinese contribution to the treaty is entirely focussed on reducing their horrendous local pollution from coal, it is not surprising the the treaty is so popular.
In contrast 45% of the US citizens express intense concern. Again the financial commitment to that concern was not measured. (Full article.)