This study from the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication and George Mason Unviersities' Center for Climate Change Communication follows up on a 2008 survey that measured Americans' opinions on global warming. It found six distinct segments ranging from 'Alarmed' about the dangers of climate change, to 'Dismissive' about the existence of climate change, within its test group of 1000 Americans. Most notably, in the last two years, the 'Dismissive' group more than doubled since 2008 and the 'Alarmed' group dropped by 10 percent. Download the full report at the bottom of this page.
Posted July 8, 2010