An AP-NORC Poll conducted in August 2019 examines beliefs about the impact individuals can have on climate change and actions they may be taking to reduce their own carbon footprint.
An AP-NORC poll conducted in August 2019 finds less than 3 in 10 believe it’s likely the world will act to significantly reduce carbon emissions.
An AP-NORC poll conducted in August 2019 looks at climate change beliefs – does it exist, who is responsible, and who should fix it.
The AP-NORC poll conducted in August 2019 shows that a majority of Americans think both weather and weather related disasters are getting more severe.
The Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago and The AP-NORC Center conducted a national survey of 1,202 adults in November 2018 to explore Americans’ views on climate change, carbon tax and fuel efficiency standards.