Tag Archives: 2014

Public Perceptions of the Health Consequences of Global Warming: October 2014

This report finds that Americans are generally unaware of the potential health consequences of global warming. Key findings include:   Few Americans have thought much about the health consequences of global warming. Asked how often, if ever, before taking this survey they had thought about how global warming might affect people’s health, seven in 10…
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Climate Change in the American Mind: October 2014

Recognizing that public opinion plays a critical role in the American response to global warming, our bi-annual Climate Change in the American Mind national surveys investigate, track, and explain public understanding of climate change and level of support for climate policies in the U.S. This report presents our findings from October 2014. Download the Report Here.
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