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Rebound in American Engagement on Climate Continues [Report]

According to a new analysis of the Global Warming’s Six Americas surveys, there was a sharp decline in public engagement from the fall of 2008 to January 2010, and a gradual rebound starting in June 2010. The rebound in public engagement has continued: the Alarmed, Concerned and Cautious audience segments once again comprise 70% of […]

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Global Warming’s Six Americas: June 2010

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 […]

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