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Global Warming Concern at Three-Decade High in U.S.

Americans' concerns about global warming are at peak levels in Gallup's trends, including a record 45% saying they worry "a great deal" about it.

Half in U.S. Are Now Concerned Global Warming Believers

On the issue of global warming, a new statistical analysis categorizes 50% of Americans as "Concerned Believers," 19% as "Cool Skeptics" and 31% as the "Mixed Middle."

Democrats Drive Rise in Concern About Global Warming

Democrats' concerns about global warming have reached new heights, further widening an already huge partisan gap on the issue.

College-Educated Republicans Most Skeptical of Global Warming

For Republicans, having more education increases skepticism of global warming, rather than decreases it. For Democrats, the opposite is true.

Conservative Republicans Alone on Global Warming's Timing

Conservative Republicans are the only major political party/ideology group to believe the effects of global warming will not happen in their lifetime. They are also the only group to say global warming is due to natural changes in the ...

U.S. Concern About Global Warming at Eight-Year High

Americans are taking global warming more seriously today than at any time in the past eight years, according to Gallup's annual environment poll. Along with increased concern, a record percentage blame human activity for the warming.

U.S. Views on Climate Change Stable After Extreme Winter

U.S. Views on Climate Change Stable After Extreme Winter

Partisan Differences Growing on a Number of Issues

Republicans and Democrats have increasingly different views on many policy and social issues, but on several, the party gap has not changed or has even narrowed.

Global Warming or Climate Change: Is There a Difference?

In a guest commentary for Gallup, Riley Dunlap, Regents Professor of Sociology at Oklahoma State University, explores differences in Americans' views when they hear the terms "climate change" and "global warming."

In U.S., Most Do Not See Global Warming as Serious Threat

Most Americans, 65%, believe global warming is currently happening or will happen in their lifetimes, but far fewer, 36%, predict it will be a serious threat to their way of life.
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