Tag Archives: Politics

Global Warming and the U.S. Presidential Election: Spring 2016

This report offers findings about how supporters of current presidential candidates–Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Bernie Sanders, and Donald Trump–view global warming, how those views will affect their vote in the 2016 elections, and how they think citizens and government should address global warming. This report was prepared prior to Ted Cruz’s (R) suspension of his…
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Politics & Global Warming: Spring 2016

Increasing numbers of American voters think global warming is happening, and many say the issue will influence how they vote in November, according to our national survey conducted in March of 2016. These findings come from a nationally-representative survey (Climate Change in the American Mind) conducted by the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication and the George Mason…
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Politics and Global Warming: Fall 2015

This report focuses on how Americans (registered voters) across the political spectrum–Democrats, Independents, and Republicans and liberals, moderates, and conservatives–view global warming and how they think citizens and government should address it. Consistent with prior surveys, we find that Democrats are more likely than Republicans to be convinced that human-caused global warming is happening, and…
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