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 11, 2009 Questionnaire with Findings, Methodology (PDF) With President Barack Obama on his way to meet his Chinese counterpart in Beijing for talks on global climate change and a range of other issues, a poll by WorldPublicOpinion.org shows that publics in more than half of 20 nations disapprove of
December 5, 2007 Full Report (PDF) An analysis by WorldPublicOpinion.org of recent international polls reveals strong support around the world for decisive action to reduce the emission of climate-changing gases. Representatives from nearly 190 countries are gathered on the Indonesian island of Bali this week and next for a UN
September 24, 2007 Full Report (PDF) Questionnaire/Methodology (PDF) Large majorities around the world believe that human activity causes global warming and that strong action must be taken, sooner rather than later, in developing as well as developed countries, according to a BBC World Service poll of 22,000 people in 21
Publics Divide Over Whether Costly Steps Are Needed Full Report (PDF) Questionnaire (PDF) Methodology/Research Partners (PDF) An international poll finds widespread agreement that climate change is a pressing problem. This majority, however, divides over whether the problem of global warming is urgent enough to require immediate, costly measures or whether