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Most Americans believe corporations and governments are responsible for reducing climate change

By Nolan Thom

Aug 16, 2022

A recent AP-NORC poll, conducted before the Inflation Reduction Act was passed, shows that a growing number of Americans believe corporations, industr...

This was especially true of Democrats, who were surveyed at a higher rate than Republicans. The data was gathered from a representative sample of 1,05...

In order to evaluate the accuracy of the current poll, analysts compared it to similar polls taken three years ago. In 2019, 44% of people polled said...

However, people in the United States are anxious about the effects the crisis will have on others, particularly on future generations, coastal communi...

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While 66% of respondents in 2019 believed their individual actions affected climate change, only 52% of those polled in 2022 held this belief. Further...

If we look at how people feel about climate change based on their gender, political affiliation, race, and ethnicity, we see that women, Democrats, Af...

The United Nations has stated that "climate change will be an added stressor that will aggravate women's vulnerability," and previous studies have sho...

With recent world events in mind, the poll also reveals that some people place climate change lower on their list of priorities than other national co...

Seventy-one percent of respondents think climate change is happening, and the vast majority of those who think it is happening recognize the importanc...

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