Majority of all voters say climate change is real; more Democrats consider it a problem
WashU affiliation: Weidenbaum Center on the Economy, Government, and Public Policy
Introduction: One of the issues at the center of the 2020 election is climate change. A recent survey by the Weidenbaum Center at Washington University in St. Louis found that a majority of voters — 95% of Democrats and 54% of Republicans — recognize evidence for climate change. But partisans differ in how serious they view the issue, what they believe is causing global warming and their support for policies to address the problem.
Citation: Savat, Sara. “Majority of All Voters Say Climate Change Is Real; More Democrats Consider It a Problem: The Source: Washington University in St. Louis.” The Source, 1 Nov. 2020, source.wustl.edu/2020/10/majority-of-all-voters-say-climate-change-is-real-more-democrats-consider-it-a-problem/.