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Politics & Global Warming, March 2021

Drawing on a nationally representative survey (n = 1,037; including 922 registered voters), this report describes 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 Mind – conducted by the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication (climatecommunication.yale.edu) and the George…
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Public Support for International Climate Action: March 2021

In March 2021, President Biden officially invited 40 world leaders to the Leaders Summit on Climatethat he will host on April 22nd (Earth Day) and 23rd, 2021. The overarching goal of the summit is tounderscore the urgency – and the economic benefits – of stronger climate action. As context for thesummit, this report describes how…
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Understanding the health harms of climate change: A Six Americas analysis

By Connie Roser-Renouf, Edward Maibach, Anthony Leiserowitz, Seth Rosenthal, and John Kotcher Through our research on Americans’ beliefs and attitudes about climate change, we have identified six distinct audiences, ranging on a spectrum from the Alarmed, who understand the threat of climate change and are very worried about it, to the Dismissive, who do not think…
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Climate Change in the American Mind: December 2020

Download the Report Our latest national survey finds Americans who think global warming is happening outnumber those who think it is not by a ratio of more than 5 to 1 (72% versus 13%). Those who are “very” or “extremely” sure global warming is happening outnumber those who are “very” or “extremely” sure it is…
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