Arizona

Public Opinion on Climate Change, 2020

Public opinion data come from the Yale Climate Opinion Maps (YCOM), which are based on a statistical model that employs nationally representative Climate Change in the American Mind (CCAM) surveys conducted between 2008 and 2020. The model combines geographic, census, socioeconomic, and political data with CCAM survey data collected by the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication and George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication (combined n > 25,000). For more information about the survey question wording and methodology, please visit YCOM: climatecommunication.yale.edu/visualizations-data/ycom-us

Global warming is happening
71%
Arizona
Global warming is caused mostly by human activities
56%
Most scientists think global warming is happening
55%
Global warming is affecting the weather
64%
Worried about global warming
63%
Arizona
Global warming will harm future generations
68%
Global warming will harm people in the developing countries
64%
Global warming will harm people in the US
61%
Global warming will harm me personally
43%
Schools should teach about global warming
77%
Arizona
Fund research into renewable energy sources
85%
Provide tax rebates for energy efficient vehicles or solar panels
82%
Regulate CO2 as a pollutant
73%
Set strict CO2 limits on existing coal-fired power plants
66%
Discuss global warming at least occasionally
38%
Hear about global warming in the media at least once a week
28%
The President
Congress
My Governor
My Local Govt. Officials
Citizens
Corporations
58%
57%
50%
52%
62%
69%
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