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Global Warming's Six Americas & the Election, 2016


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Dear Friends,

Today, we are pleased to release our latest Global Warming’s Six Americas analysis, based on a national survey conducted in March, 2016. The short report describes recent changes among the six groups, their voting issue priorities for the presidential election, current support for Clinton vs. Trump, their willingness to vote for or against presidential candidates who support or oppose climate action, and their willingness to join a campaign to convince elected officials to take action.
 
Highlights:
 
In the past year, the percentage of Americans ‘Alarmed’ about global warming has increased 5 percentage points to 17%, while the ‘Dismissive’ have declined slightly to 10%. 



As Americans decide which candidate to support in the upcoming presidential election, global warming, environmental protection and clean energy production are central to the decisions of some segments and largely irrelevant to others. More than 80 percent of the Alarmed say these issues will be very or extremely important in their voting decisions. Among the Concerned, half (53%) consider environmental protection to be very or extremely important, and more than 40 percent consider clean energy and global warming the same. Among the remaining segments, however, global warming is the least important issue of the 23 assessed.


 
Please click here for additional results, including the Six Americas voting preferences for Clinton vs. Trump and willingness to join a climate campaign.
 
As always, thanks for your interest and support!
 
Cheers,
 
Tony
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Anthony Leiserowitz, Ph.D.
Director, Yale Program on Climate Change Communication
School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
Yale University
(203) 432-4865
climatecommunication.yale.edu

 

               

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