Nearly 40% of Americans continue to think that climate change is “not a serious problem,” a new poll released Monday showed.

The ABC News/Washington Post survey comes as more than 150 world leaders meet in Paris in an attempt to reach a historic pact to curb the effects of global warming.

While Monday’s poll still found that 63% of Americans thought climate change is a “serious” threat, the level marks a drop of six percentage points since the survey was conducted in 2014.

The latest poll, conducted of about 1,000 adults from Nov. 16 to 19, also showed that Democrats are far more worried about climate change than are Republicans.

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