While a majority of the public report personal impacts from extreme weather, attitudes and behaviors related to climate change continue to be highly partisan.
Two in five adults would consider purchasing an electric vehicle, and most cite financial considerations as both key reasons and key barriers for doing so.
Amidst deep partisan divides on climate policy, only a third of the public think the Inflation Reduction Act will have an impact on combatting climate change.
Most people are taking a variety of steps that reduce their climate impact, but they are often more motivated by finances than environmental concerns.
People are finding the science of climate change increasingly convincing, and 55% of Americans support a clean electricity standard that would decrease the share of electricity coming from traditional sources.