Tag Archives: Climate Change In the American Mind

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 global warming. Public understanding and worry about global warming has grown over the past decade. However, less…
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Appendix III: Sample Demographics

Climate Change in the American Mind, April 2022 Sample demographics can be found on p. 93 of the PDF version of the report: Download the full report Table of Contents Executive Summary 1. Global Warming Beliefs 2. Emotional Responses to Global Warming 3. Perceived Risks of Global Warming 4. Personal and Social Engagement with Global…
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Appendix II: Survey Method

Climate Change in the American Mind, April 2022 The data in this report are based on a nationally representative survey of 1,018 American adults, aged 18 and older. The survey was conducted April 13 – May 2, 2022. All questionnaires were self-administered by respondents in a web-based environment. The median completion time for the survey…
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Appendix I: Data Tables

Climate Change in the American Mind, April 2022 Data Tables can be found beginning on p. 28 of the PDF version of the report: Download the full report Table of Contents Executive Summary 1. Global Warming Beliefs 2. Emotional Responses to Global Warming 3. Perceived Risks of Global Warming 4. Personal and Social Engagement with…
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