Monthly Archives: April 2016

A 2016 National Survey of Broadcast Meteorologists

This report provides initial findings from the fourth nationally representative survey of broadcast meteorologists conducted by George Mason University and partner organizations (American Meteorological Society, Climate Central, NASA, NOAA, National Weather Association and Yale University) with National Science Foundation funding. The aim of these surveys – the first three of which were conducted in 2010,…
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Politics and Global Warming: Fall 2015

This report focuses on how Americans (registered voters) across the political spectrum–Democrats, Independents, and Republicans and liberals, moderates, and conservatives–view global warming and how they think citizens and government should address it. Consistent with prior surveys, we find that Democrats are more likely than Republicans to be convinced that human-caused global warming is happening, and…
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