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Religious Conservatives and Climate Change: The Real Story

Conventional wisdom says that conservatives tend to be less accepting of climate change – and in many cases, the statistics bear this out. But there is often more to the picture than meets the eye. For example, a recent chart about religious affiliation and climate acceptance has been getting a lot of buzz. It shows […]

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PRRI Climate Survey

New PRRI Climate Survey Offers Insights into Faith and Climate Attitudes

On November 21st, the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI), in partnership with the American Academy of Religion (AAR), released the results of a 3,000-person national survey in a report entitled “Believers, Sympathizers, and Skeptics.” This is my second blog post examining this report. Whereas the first post focused on insights related to the general public, […]

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PRRI Climate Survey

New PRRI Climate Survey Report Offers Insights into Public Attitudes

On Friday, November 21st, the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI), in partnership with the American Academy of Religion, released the results of its comprehensive 3,000-person survey that provides a treasure trove of information for those looking to inspire and engage others on climate change.   “Believers, Sympathizers, and Skeptics: Why Americans are Conflicted about Climate […]

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