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New Record: 65% of Americans Accept That Climate Change Is Caused by Human Activity

The U.S. may have reached an important tipping point for climate action. According to a new Gallup poll, concern about climate change is at its highest level in eight years, with 64 percent of respondents saying they worried “a great deal” about the warming planet.   Other climate opinions reached entirely new levels: 41 percent […]

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New Poll: Conservative Republicans Stand Alone on Immediacy of Climate Threat

Last week, we wrote about demographic data that showed many Americans don’t feel climate change will affect them personally. A new Gallup poll adds some nuance to those findings – whether or not a person believes climate change is an imminent threat is strongly linked to political affiliation.   More than 60 percent of conservative […]

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Why Aren’t People More Concerned About Climate Change?

2014 was the warmest year on record, and the northeastern states of the U.S. are experiencing an extremely severe winter. Yet according to a new Gallup poll, the number of Americans who say they worry about climate change a “great deal” or a “fair amount” has remained unchanged over the last year. What’s the reason […]

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