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54% of Conservative Republicans Believe Climate Change Is Real and Humans Play a Role

American opinions about climate change may be far less polarized than we’ve been led to believe. According to a new survey, the majority of Republican voters understand that climate change is happening and favor candidates who plan to address it. By contrast, all of the leading GOP presidential candidates have expressed doubt about climate change. […]

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The Key to Engaging Conservatives on Climate Change Issues

Much has been written about the partisan divide on climate – conservatives are far more likely than liberals or moderates to express doubt about climate change or oppose climate action. If we are to build widespread, mainstream support for climate solutions, we’ll need to get conservatives on board – but how?   This Washington Post […]

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The Truth About Republicans and Climate Change

The new crop of Congressional Republicans seem united in their resistance to climate solutions – but the same isn’t true of Republican voters. A new study from the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication found large variations in opinion among the GOP electorate. A majority of moderate and liberal Republicans believe climate change is happening, […]

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