STATEWIDE CLIMATE ATTITUDE SURVEYS

Yale University is producing a collection of statewide surveys of American beliefs and attitudes towards climate change, including perceptions of climate impacts and support for policies. 

 

 

 

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Findings from a survey of more than 4,000 members of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) conducted by George Mason University to look at their views on climate change. 

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Research from Yale University compares the differences in public opinion on climate change across four states; California, Colorado, Ohio and Texas.

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A statewide survey by Yale University finds that most Texans are experiencing climate impacts and are worried about the issue, yet are still unsure as to whether scientists agree that climate change is human-caused.
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A report on the results of a statewide survey of Ohioans on their beliefs and attitudes towards climate change. 

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A report on the results of a statewide survey of Californians on their beliefs and attitudes towards climate change. 

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A report on the results of a statewide survey of Coloradans on their beliefs and attitudes towards climate change. 

 

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