2022 Articles

Global Warming’s Six Americas, December 2022

March 14, 2023 In 2009, we identified six distinct climate opinion audiences within the American public – the Alarmed, Concerned, Cautious, Disengaged, Doubtful, and Dismissive – Global Warming’s Six Americas. The Alarmed are the most engaged with global warming: they...

2022 Mason 4C Annual Report

February 9, 2023 Our Mason 4C team of researchers, practitioners, and students are producing important research insights and leading influential programs that increase public engagement with climate change.  We strive to empower trusted voices for climate action. Our...

Younger Americans are growing more worried about global warming

December 15, 2022 We are pleased to announce the latest release of Climate Change in the American Mind (CCAM) data and the update to our interactive data visualization tool – the CCAM Explorer. The data and tool include two additional years of public opinion about...

Experience with global warming is changing people’s minds about it

September 7, 2022 We are pleased to announce the publication of a new article, “Changing minds about global warming: vicarious experience predicts self-reported opinion change in the USA” in the journal Climatic Change. Americans are changing their minds about...

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