July 21, 2022 Climate Change in the American Mind is a joint program of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication and the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication Executive Summary Drawing on a nationally representative survey (n = 1,018) conducted from April 13 – May 2, 2022, this report describes Americans’ beliefs and…Read more
Politics & Global Warming, April 2022
July 7, 2022 Drawing on a nationally representative survey (n = 1,018; including 908 registered voters whose data are included in this report), these findings describe how Democratic, Independent, and Republican registered voters view climate and energy policies. This report is based on findings from a nationally representative survey – Climate Change in the American…Read more
Who is willing to participate in non-violent civil disobedience for the climate?
January 25, 2022 Note: Some of the numbers in this report were corrected and updated at 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday, January 26, 2022. Social movements (e.g., anti-war, civil rights, labor, environmental) and leaders (e.g., the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Rosa Parks) have historically used non-violent civil disobedience (e.g., sit-ins, blockades) as…Read more
Global Warming’s Six Americas, September 2021
January 12, 2022 Our prior research has found that Americans can be categorized into six distinct groups—Global Warming’s Six Americas—based on their beliefs, attitudes, policy support, and behavior about climate change. The Alarmed are the most engaged, are very worried about global warming, and strongly support climate action. The Concerned think global warming is a…Read more