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Key Findings of a National Medical Association Survey

The following report contains the findings of a survey conducted in two phases in March and May of 2014 among members of the National Medical Association (NMA), the association of African American physicians. The survey was conducted in collaboration with George Mason University. The purpose of the survey was to assess physicians’ experience with the…
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Public Perceptions of Climate Change: A Maryland Statewide Survey, Fall 2014

This 2014 survey on public perceptions of climate change in Maryland followed a 2013 study conducted by George Mason University in partnership with the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. In 2014, we repeated some questions – such as about state residents’ certainty that climate change is happening, and their understanding of the level…
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Global Warming vs. Climate Change: May 2014

In January 2014, we conducted a nationally representative experimental study  and found that the terms global warming and climate change often mean different things to Americans. The two terms activate different sets of beliefs, feelings, and behaviors, as well as different degrees of urgency about the need to respond. We found that the term global…
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