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By a 5:1 ratio, Americans think global warming is happening

And nearly 6 out of 10 understand that it is human caused.
Dear Friends,
 
Our latest national survey finds that a large majority of Americans think global warming is happening, outnumbering those who don’t by 5 to 1. Americans are also growing more certain that global warming is happening. Certainty has increased 12 percentage points in the past 3 years, with 49% of the public now “extremely” or “very sure” that global warming is happening. 


 
Other key findings include:
  • 58% of Americans understand that global warming is mostly human-caused.
  • 21% are "very worried" about global warming -- nearly twice the proportion in March 2015.
  • 61% think global warming is affecting weather in the United States, and 29% think weather is being affected "a lot".
  • 39% think people in the United States are being harmed by global warming "right now" -- an increase of 7 percentage points since March 2015.
  • 42% think they or their family (47%) will be harmed by global warming. Majorities think global warming will harm people in the U.S. (58%), people in developing countries (62%), the world's poor (63%), future generations of people (71%) and/or plant and animal species (71%).
  • 63% say the issue of global warming is important to them personally -- an increase of 7 percentage points since March 2015.
  • The most important reasons Americans give for taking action to reduce global warming is to “provide a better life for our children and grandchildren” (24%), “prevent the destruction of most life on the planet” (16%), or “protect God’s creation" (12%).  

The report includes many other interesting findings, including how often Americans hear and talk about global warming and the reasons why they often don't talk about it with their family and friends.

As always, thank you 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
Twitter: @ecotone2
environment.yale.edu/climate

          

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