CLIMATE CHANGE, VOTERS AND POLLS, POLLS, POLLS

Do you have any questions on how voters feel about climate change? What do they believe? How worried are they? Should the government act? Look no further.

The Environmental and Energy Study Institute examined 20 domestic and international polls on these issues conducted over the last year and looked for common findings.

Essentially, the institute found that more Democratic voters believe human actions are changing the climate than Republican voters. And voters from both parties want the federal government to protect the public on climate change.

Here are a few charts from the institute on their review:

climate change poll

For more details on how voters polled on climate change—including breakdowns by individual polls—check out the institute’s fact sheet. It was released today.