Tag Archives: 2019

Climate Activism: Beliefs, Attitudes, and Behaviors- November 2019

Drawing on a nationally representative survey (N = 1,303; including 1,114 registered voters), this report describes how Americans view climate activism – including their views of public activists, their sense of efficacy about climate activism, and the activism behaviors they are taking or would consider. full report
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Politics & Global Warming: November 2019

These and many other interesting findings, including changes in public climate change beliefs, risk perceptions, and policy support broken out by political party, along with the survey methods, are available in the full report on our website.
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Swing States Support Renewable Energy

Between June and November 2019, Nexus Polling, in partnership with the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication and the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication, surveyed voters in six swing states – Florida, Michigan, Iowa, Texas, Ohio, and Georgia – on their attitudes toward climate change, their opinions on climate and clean energy…
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Climate Change in the American Mind: November 2019

A majority of Americans are "extremely" or "very" sure global warming is happening, outnumbering those who are sure it is not happening by more than 7 to 1. The percentage of Americans who are sure global warming is happening (52%) is the highest since our surveys began and has increased by 14 percentage points over…
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