The definitive American public opinion surveys on climate change and the environment
The fifth installment of our 2020 Climate Insights survey reveals the state-level attitudes, opinions, and beliefs on climate change and policies designed to mitigate its effects.
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— Aug 24, 2020
A survey of American public opinion on climate change and the environment
— Oct 13, 2020
A breakdown of survey results by party shows that although the views of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents differ, they also converge in ways that may be unexpected.
— Oct 26, 2020
Bloomberg published a piece detailing the state opinions installment of Climate Insights 2020, noting that majorities in all states favor federal action on climate change.
— Oct 26, 2020
A public opinion survey reveals the state-level attitudes, opinions, and beliefs on climate change and policies designed to mitigate its effects.
— Oct 19, 2020
A survey of American public opinion on electric vehicles illustrates the factors that make people resistant to purchasing them.
— Sep 24, 2020
This event was part of the global digital activations for Climate Week NYC 2020 and focused on US political dynamics, climate change, and American voters’ priorities.
— Nov 7, 2020
MarketWatch quotes RFF's public opinion poll on the popularity of the Paris Agreement in a story released the day that the United States withdrew from the accord.
Following the announcement that Joe Biden will be the next president of the United States, a piece in Bloomberg references Climate Insights 2020 while discussing Pennsylvanian energy politics.
— Nov 1, 2020
In a story about their own climate polling, The New York Times references Climate Insights 2020 and quotes university fellow Jon Krosnick.
— Oct 22, 2020
Even during the coronavirus pandemic, most Americans continue to believe climate change merits action.