- 45% Czechia
- 47% Portugal, Italy; 50% Poland
- 52% Bulgaria; 57% U.K.; 58% Lithuania, Estonia
- 60% Romania; 61% Spain, Belgium
- 62% EU average; 63% Ireland; 64% Malta
- 66% Slovakia, Latvia, The Netherlands
- 69% Austria, Luxembourg
- 71% Hungary, France, Germany, Denmark
- 73% Finland; 74% Sweden; 80% Slovenia
- 90% Greece; 92% Cyprus
You see that the differences are substantial and the numbers seem to be largely uncorrelated with the latitude and GDP per capita. But it's arguably scary that only 3 EU members seem to be dominated by climate skeptics.
Related: Czech president Václav Klaus talks about climatism at the Mont Pelerin Society.
Meanwhile, Sarah Palin is slowly flip-flopping on climate change which is an extremely bad idea, not only because she is rightfully criticized for flip-flopping. As far as the support from the voters goes, there was clearly nothing wrong with her skepticism.