A new survey finds that six in ten voters oppose proposed Congressional legislation that postpones, for eight years, current requirements to lower ground ozone levels. Such ozone contributes to the creation of smog and is harmful to humans, but lowering ozone levels incurs economic costs. The legislation, H.R 806 Ozone
As world leaders convene in Washington for the Climate Action 2016 summit, a new Citizen Cabinet survey finds that large bipartisan majorities of voters favor steps to reduce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. The probability-based, online representative sample included more than 4,000 registered voters across the United States.
November 30, 2011 Digest of International Opinion on the Environment Digest of US Opinion on the Environment Public Opinion on Global Issues homepage Stewart Patrick analysis As representatives of most countries of the world meet in Durban, South Africa to try to negotiate a successor to the Kyoto Protocol on
Public Proposes Federal Budget Dramatically Different Than House or White House March 3, 2011 Full report (PDF) An innovative study has found that when a representative sample of the American public was presented the federal budget, they proposed changes far different from those the Obama administration or the Republican-led House
Muslims Positive About Globalization, Trade August 27, 2008 Questionnaire/methodology (PDF) Press Release (PDF) Full PDF Version Contrary to the common assumption that Muslims view globalization as a threat to their society, a new poll of Muslim countries finds that globalization is generally viewed positively. The poll was conducted by WorldPublicOpinion.org